Fruit Ninja coming to virtual reality this month, promising "an experience like no other"

Halfbrick Studios' Fruit Ninja is now over six years old, but it remains a popular choice among casual gamers on mobile devices, PCs and consoles, racking up its billionth download last year. But alongside its availability on iOS, Android, Windows, PS Vita, Xbox and other platforms, the fruit-slicing game will soon be made available in virtual reality too.

As IGN reports, Halfbrick has said that Fruit Ninja VR will launch later this month on Steam for the HTC Vive, and should be available on the Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR and Google's new Android-based Daydream VR platform, by the end of the year.

Halfbrick's Adam Wood said that the company felt "there was no better game suited to VR than Fruit Ninja". He added: "The simplicity of Fruit Ninja with the total immersion of VR creates an experience like no other."

You can sign up for notifications about Fruit Ninja VR via the official website. The video below should give you a sense of what the gameplay is like:

Source: FruitNinja.com via IGN

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