Samba de Amigo: Virtual Party Now Available on Meta Quest Platforms

The team at SEGA announced that their rhythm game Samba de Amigo: Virtual Party is now available for Meta Quest 3, Meta Quest Pro, and Meta Quest 2 platforms.

Featuring songs from The Jonas Brothers, Carly Rae Jepsen, Ariana Grande, players will be able to move and groove in virtual reality. 40 hit songs from a number of popular genres are included in all, and more are set to arrive in the game as post-launch DLCs.

No need to go at it alone; the title also supports up to eight players and 12 other “Amigos” online in its World Party mode. Online leaderboards are also included for those looking to rise to the top.

For those on Meta Quest 3 and Meta Quest Pro platforms, Samba de Amigo’s MR Party lets players turn their room into a party venue. This also extends to the MR Multiverse, where players can explore different verses from their world. Regardless of the version one has, players can customize their character with unique costumes and accessories.

See the launch trailer for the game below:

Samba de Amigo: Virtual Party | Launch Trailer

For a limited time, those that purchase this game on the Meta Store can get themselves a free download for the Virtual Singer fan-favorite track “The Vampire.” Note that a “MATSUKENSAMBAII Style Costume” and “Meta Quest 3 Pack” will also be free to download.

A Digital Deluxe Edition of the game is also available for $39.99.

Source: Press Release
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