It has been six years that the former Indian cricketing sensation Sachin Tendulkar retired, but that hasn't stopped the legendary cricketer from being busy. Apart from other dozens of business ventures, he has now added another feather to his cap. On Monday, the God Of Cricket launched India’s first virtual reality cricket game, named Sachin Saga VR. The master blaster launched the game at the India Gaming Show on the ongoing 23rd International and Technology Fair. Speaking at the event, Tendulkar shared that he hopes it will now make people ‘think twice before criticising’ any cricketer.
“This launch is very special to me because I have been involved with this from last two years. This is also special because such an initiative is happening for the first time and let the people know what a cricketer face on the field. I hope it will now enable people to think twice before criticising a cricketer for not being able to play the way he/she is intended to,” he spoke at the launch.
The game, minus the VR version, was originally launched in 2017. It brings to life the iconic matches played by Sachin, giving gamers an opportunity relive some of his most memorable innings. It has been developed by JetSynthesys, a digital entertainment and gaming company. Priced at Rs 1,499, the device has a customizable Bluetooth controller and gives users a 100-degree view of the field.Read More