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First MLB virtual reality game released with home run derby VR.

By Kendra Andrews
December 09, 2016

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Those who dream of swinging for the fences and knocking the ball out of the park now have that opportunity in the official Home Run Derby VR game presented by Major League Baseball and MLBPA.

The game gives you a 360-degree view from the batter’s box of some on the MLB’s most iconic ballparks like Wrigley Field and Fenway Park. Also featured is Marlins Park, where the 2017 All-Star game festivities will be held and is scheduled to have Giancarlo Stanton defend his Home Run Derby title.

There is also a selection of all-star players that you can choose from including Stanton, Todd Frazier, Corey Seager, Adam Duvall, Wil Myers, Carlos Gonzalez, Robinson Cano, and Mark Trumbo.

When player activates the game, users can choose to play bracket-style rounds like the real Derby, or just hit as many home runs as you can in Arcade Mode.

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