Back in May of this year Out There Entertainment released their virtual reality (VR) title TSA Frisky onto Steam, offering players the chance to experience the exciting role of being a TSA Agent. Now the hilarious simulator has reached new destinations as the title releases on Springboard VR, one of the leading location-based VR entertainment platforms for VR Arcades and location-based VR Centers.
By releasing onto Springboard VR, TSA Frisky is now available on a platform over 250 locations in over 40 countries worldwide. The VR gaming platform is more commonly known as the VR arcade and has proven to be a dedicated solution to offering users multiple gaming experiences and adventures within one centralized location for VR gaming. Thanks to its ease of use and user-friend design, anyone is able to jump into an experience and easily switch to another all while remaining within VR.
For those unfamiliar with the title, TSA Frisky puts players into the role of a TSA Agent with the task of keeping passengers sage and in order as they pass through security checkpoints. This means not only checking luggage but also managing the stress of passengers and dealing with a number of unique and challenging encounters. Each shift will see players unlock new gear to help make their job easier. With better technology though it means the stakes are higher, needing to clear more people in less time. Players will slowly climb the ranks of being a TSA Agent though as they complete each shift and earn bigger and better rewards.
Now on Springboard VR, players will have the chance to challenge each other in a dual of the betters in the Virtual Department of Airport Security and see who is able to rise above the ranks as a TSA Agent together. The experience will be available at VR Arcade and VR Centers globally meaning people can visit their local facility to be able to jump into the fun.
For those looking to experience the thrill of being a TSA Agent at home, their TSA Frisky is available on Steam for $14.99 (USD) with support for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Windows Mixed Reality. For more on TSA Frisky in the future, keep reading VRFocus.