The update will be free across all platforms.
Later this month Creed II will arrive in theatres, continuing the boxing saga. Virtual reality (VR) developer Survios released movie tie-in Creed: Rise to Glory a couple of months ago, and for the release of the movie will be updating the title with new content.
The storyline for Creed II sees Adonis Creed finally face off against his old Delphi Gym rival Danny Wheeler as the leadup to a much larger showdown with his past: Viktor Drago, son of Ivan “The Siberian Express” Drago, the Soviet boxer who killed Adonis’ father Apollo during an exhibition bout.
In the free update for Creed: Rise to Glory players will be able to fight as, and fight against, Viktor Drago and Danny “Stuntman” Wheeler in the Freeplay and PvP modes.
Supporting Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PlayStation VR, Creed: Rise to Glory proved to be one of the best boxing simulators for any VR headset. Receiving 4-stars said that: “Survios has once again done an outstanding job, with Creed: Rise to Glory helping cement the studio as one of VR’s premium content developers. You don’t have to be into boxing to enjoy this title, and for those who enjoy VR fitness it certainly ticks all the boxes.”
Alongside the Freeplay and PvP modes, Creed: Rise to Glory has its story-driven, single-player campaign where Adonis Creed looks to ascend from scrappy underdog to world-class fighter, making a name for himself in his own right, leaving his fathers shadow. Being the film tie-in that it is, Creed: Rise to Glory will enable you to train with Sylvester Stallone’s iconic character, the legendary Rocky Balboa, in gyms from the franchise, including Mighty Mick’s and Front Street Gym.
The Creed II update for Creed: Rise to Glory will arrive via Oculus Store, Steam and PlayStation VR on 27th November.