Wacky VR sim Traffic Jams is out now on PlayStation VR

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The tongue-in-cheek VR game is now available on PS VR, Oculus Quest and PC VR

August 26, 2021: Vertigo Games, the VR specialist publishing and development arm of the Koch Media Group, and Little Chicken Game Company (REKT!, Track Labs) are delighted to announce that the tongue-in-cheek VR sim Traffic Jams is out now on PlayStation VR for $29.95 RRP, with a 25% launch discount for PlayStation Plus members until September 9th. Already released on Oculus Quest and PC VR earlier this year, Traffic Jams brings wacky traffic control fun and couch party play to a whole new audience of PlayStation VR players.

The launch trailer shows off some of the wacky monsters and (un)natural disasters that players have to face in Traffic Jams:

Unique take on traffic control

Traffic Jams introduces a fun and unique take on traffic control full of unexpected twists and turns, offering easy to pick-up yet hard to master gameplay to excite both new and seasoned VR players. The VR sim is set in a wacky cartoon world that lends itself perfectly to the even wackier challenges that players have to face, ranging from pesky to downright outrageous. With its launch on Oculus Quest and PC VR in April of this year, various players and renowned VR game press have already expressed their positive experience with Traffic Jams. The game scores a 4 out of 5 on the Oculus store and is sitting lofty at a 92% positive user review score on Steam. 

In the world of Traffic Jams all traffic lights have gone out. It’s up to you to keep traffic flowing in the face of outrageous events and flagrant road rage! Starting out on a quiet corner in a small town, job offers soon start pouring in from iconic cities around the globe where you’ll need to guide rude pedestrians, impatient drivers, and the occasional meteorite along before road rage strikes. Sound easy? Think again! This wacky VR game throws in monsters, (un)natural disasters, and up to 4 non-VR friends in (couch) party mode!

Published by Vertigo Games and developed by Little Chicken, Traffic Jams is available now for PlayStation VR, Oculus Quest and PC VR and supports Oculus store cross-buy. 

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About Traffic Jams

In a world without traffic lights, one reigns supreme. Step onto the crossroads and keep traffic flowing in the face of outrageous events and flagrant road rage. Easy? Think again! This chaotic VR game throws in monsters, (un)natural disasters, and up to 4 non-VR friends in party mode! trafficjams-vr.com 

About Vertigo Games

Vertigo Games is a multi-platform VR publisher and developer with offices in Rotterdam, The Netherlands and Los Angeles, California. With teams in the areas of development, publishing and LBE (location-based entertainment) distribution, the company offers a growing portfolio of quality VR games that provide novel, powerful and full-featured gaming experiences both inside of the home, and outside of the home through its leading LBE content provider and management platform SpringboardVR. Current games include the evergreen brand Arizona Sunshine®,A Fisherman’s Tale, Traffic Jams and LBE-exclusive VR experiences like Ghost Patrol® VR. Vertigo Games has four releases in the 2021 publishing pipeline, including Vertigo Studios’ next VR action FPS game After the Fall® and the VR music game Unplugged. Vertigo Games is a Koch Media Group company. vertigo-games.com 

About Little Chicken

Little Chicken started making games back in 2001. With a rich history in work for hire projects, among which a lot of VR projects on the early VR platforms, the studios switched to making their own games back in 2015. They released REKT! and Rescue Wings on mobile platforms. And also Track Lab, a music-making gamified tool on the PlayStation VR platform. From that team comes Traffic Jams, where all the lessons learned in VR and all previous games come together. littlechicken.nl

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