Have you ever wanted to drive a digger? Dig VR for Meta Quest lets you do just that

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Shovel, dig, have fun: Dig VR brings the excavator fun from the construction site straight to your home.

Wired Productions and Just Add Water announced Dig VR at Wired Direct 24. This will be the first excavator simulator for Meta Quest 3, Quest 2 and Quest Pro.

Set in the charming town of Diglington, Dig VR lets you gain experience as a VR excavator operator. With authentic controls, you can take on construction jobs and quirky requests. The game features its own radio station, DIG FM, and various customization options for the excavator. There are solo and multiplayer modes. Including fast-paced mini-games, a sandbox mode, and a Lost Treasure mode with regularly added items.

In a virtual setting, you have the ability to operate excavators of different sizes. It commences with a basic mini-excavator and as you advance, you gain access to bigger and more advanced machines. Additionally, you can unlock various attachments that enable you to tackle increasingly difficult assignments.

Simulators have a large fan base

Just Add Water is famous for developing Sniper Elite VR: Winter Warrior, a stealth shooter game. The studio now ventures into the thriving field of VR simulators with Dig VR. These simulators utilize the capabilities of virtual reality to turn everyday tasks into captivating gaming experiences.

In titles like Lawn Mowing Simulator VR or Power Wash Simulator VR, for example, you take care of the lawn and clean various objects and environments with a pressure washer. In some cases, real tools are even licensed and transferred to virtual reality.

Power Wash Simulator VR is also constantly being expanded with new DLCs. Publisher nDreams made one of the biggest deals in VR history last year when Swedish gaming group Aonic acquired the studio for $110 million.

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