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Just released and already in the MIXED Advent calendar: Behind door 14, Racket Club for Meta Quest awaits you.
You can win VR games or hardware every day in our MIXED Advent calendar. Behind today’s door is the VR sports game Racket Club for Meta Quest.
We would like to thank Resolution Games.
Brand new VR game for Meta Quest behind door number 14
The following VR game is behind door number 14:
- 1x Racket Club for Meta Quest 3, Quest 2 and Quest Pro
Buy Quest 3, Accessories & Prescription Lenses
Terms and Conditions
Entry deadline: From publication until 11.59 pm on the same day (Central European Time, CET).
Participation: Via the little door in the Advent calendar.
Drawing of winners: Within 7 days after the end of the competition day.
Notification of winners: By e-mail.
Shipping: Keys by e-mail, physical items by mail (address in USA, United Kingdom or Europe required. People from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland are invited to participate in the parallel advent calendar on mixed.de).
Note: If the winner does not respond within 7 days of notification, the prize will be forfeited and we will redraw the prize.
In general, we cannot replace keys or items that do not work or cannot be redeemed, as we are only provided with a limited number of keys or items. See also the Terms and Conditions on the Advent Calendar site.
What to expect at Racket Club
A new sport in VR
With Racket Club, developer Resolution Games has created a new sport that combines elements of tennis and pickleball. It is designed for challenging multiplayer matches (1v1 and 2v2) and offers a strong social component. Players can meet and get to know each other in a sports club environment.
Players earn experience points for completing matches, which can be used to unlock cosmetic items and new rackets. These have an impact on the game experience. At launch there will be 20 different rackets, each with different spin, speed, and mass.
There are also single player modes: In “Training” mode you can immediately compete against an AI rival. “Drills” are exercises that teach basic and advanced techniques to improve your game, and “Career” mode lets you compete against AI rivals in single player championships.
Sophisticated AI opponents & mixed reality
The AI opponents have been trained using anonymized movement data from human players and deep reinforcement learning and deep imitation learning.
This makes them behave like real players: “By training bots on data collected from human-played matches rather than pre-designed patterns of behavior, we’re able to offer rivals in Racket Club whose play is indistinguishable from real life competitors,” says lead AI engineer Mikhail Jacob.
Racket Club also features a mixed reality mode that allows you to project your side of the court and teammates into your living room. The mode supports Meta Quest 3, Quest 2, Quest Pro and Pico 4.