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Odders brings Chess Club to the Quest Store

On July 1st, Odders Lab will officially launch Chess Club for Oculus Quest. The game is already available for preorder today and with Early Access on June 29. This is the first chess game available on the Oculus Quest platform and it will offer a unique mix of different environments, custom rules with multiplayer, AI, Voice Chat and gorgeous animations with much more to come in future updates.

Chess has been among us since the 15th century, although its roots can be traced back to the 7th century in India. Now, centuries later, Chess Club brings the sharpest version of this game to VR with stunning visuals to relive the realistic experience of a chess match or to let yourself into a more magical world. With several AI difficulties and different time rules available, you can customize the experience to your own skills. The multiplayer mode allows the players to interact with other players and friends through voice chat and avatars, offering a close-to-reality experience in VR. For even greater immersion, the entire game can be played using hand tracking!

Key features
-Play against a friend or the AI (several difficulty levels)
-Avatars and Voice IP in online multiplayer
-Casual and ranked matches
-Play with touch controllers or hand-tracking
-Track your moves history
-Different time rules (bullet, blitz, classical, real time, async)
-2 environments and set pieces: Grand Palace and Stonehenge
-Fight animations and sound FXs.

Future updates
The release version of Chess Club comes with 2 environments: Grand Palace, a classic hall with the official Staunton chess pieces, and Stonehenge, a magical setting inhabited by fantastic creatures and mighty warriors with unique fight animations and sounds. In future updates, Chess Club will have more environments and set pieces, but it will also introduce a Chess School, a set of lessons designed by Chess Masters that will include useful tips for newcomers and veterans alike.

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