Feeling yourself turn a bit soft in the midst of the pandemic? Quest fitness app FitXR is launching two brand new boxing & dancing DLC packs today, the latest of six now released for the title.
How has your physical health held up over the past year? If, like me, you're looking for something to help you get back in track, I may have good news for you: FitXR, the Oculus Quest fitness app, have just released two brand new DLC packs that might be of interest.
The 'Absolute Dance' and the 'Absolute Box' DLC are both priced at $9.99 each. That may seem a bit steep, but each pack adds an hour of new content to FitXR's core activities.
If you're not familiar with the game, the boxing mode has you punching notes Beat Saber-style and the dancing mode has you following a virtual instructor. Each new workout, of which the new DLC packs contain multiple, focuses on different types of exercise, allowing you a fair bit of variety for the price.
FitXR, which started life as a boxing/fitness program titled Box VR before it was rebranded on Quest last year, is no stranger to DLC - despite the fact that these are the first add-on packs to be released since the dancing activity was added in the rebrand.
These two are just the most recent of many add-ons made available since the game launched last year. Previously, fans could also pay $9.99 each for the 'Total Body Pack', the 'Essentials Pack', the 'Rock Pack', and the 'Extreme Pack', the last of which aims to "push your body to the limit with our most challenging workouts paired to high tempo drum & bass, metal and house music."
The developer is hosting an online launch event, at the conclusion of which the new DLC will become available. For more information check out the Oculus Store page.
Will you be giving this one a go? Let us know in the comments! If you're looking for an alternative, your options may be opening up fairly soon: unlisted app distribution for Quest 2 is officially coming soon.