One of the best aspects of using virtual reality fitness games to exercise is that there is a title for everyone. This even applies if you’re a competitive person that loves to go against another human in order to maximize your workout. Thankfully, there are plenty of great VR titles that offer up online multiplayer including many fitness titles. We here at VR Fitness Insider have come up with a list of the best multiplayer VR fitness games 2020. These titles will make sure that you get a great workout in while fulfilling your competitive nature
If you’re looking for even more VR workouts, then check out our list of the 25 best VR fitness games 2019. We also have headset specific lists for HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Valve Index, PlayStation VR, Oculus Go, and Oculus Quest.
Top 10 Online Virtual Reality Workouts
Creed: Rise to Glory
Based upon the great successor to the “Rocky” franchise, Creed: Rise to Glory provides an intense workout that will leave you sweating. The main appeal might be its in-depth single-player mode that allows players to move up the ranks, but there is also online multiplayer to check out as well so players can test their skills against other virtual boxers. To best foes online, players will have to master plenty of actual boxing techniques such as how to jab and work the body. It winds up providing a great upper body workout that offers up a ton of replayability.
Creed: Rise to Glory has been given a fitness rating comparable to tennis by the VR Institute of Health and Exercise. It won our Best VR Boxing Fitness Game of the Year in 2018 and is currently available on HTC Vive, PlayStation VR and Oculus Rift for $29.99.
Echo VR is comprised of two different titles in Echo Arena and Echo Combat. The Ready at Dawn-developed title is free to Oculus owners, so those with a Rift can enjoy Arena without spending any money, although Combat costs $9.99. Both modes are competitive in nature as Combat has players shooting opponents while also working with your three teammates to achieve objectives. Meanwhile, Echo Arena is an esports mode that has players using melee attacks and gliding around a zero gravity field as they score goals. No matter what mode you prefer, you’ll find a lot of multiplayer fun.
First Person Tennis – The Real Tennis Simulator
Another one of the best multiplayer VR fitness games is First Person Tennis – The Real Tennis Simulator. As one can guess from the name, this is a pretty stellar simulation of actual tennis. Players can take their game to online courts in order to test their skills and these virtual matches are some of the best multiplayer fun in virtual reality.
First Person Tennis – The Real Tennis Simulator is currently available on Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Windows Mixed Reality for $24.99.
Racket Fury: Table Tennis VR
If you’re looking for a lower impact competitive title then you’ll want to check out Racket Fury: Table Tennis VR. It provides a top-notch simulation of table tennis, and is a great test of your reaction speed. There are 16 robotic opponents to hone your skills against, each of them come with their own playing style, so you can get prepared before hopping online and facing other humans. The realistic physics really make this a great competitive title.
Racket Fury: Table Tennis VR has been given a fitness rating comparable to an elliptical by the VR Institute of Health and Exercise, and is currently available on Valve Index, HTC Vive, and Oculus Rift for $19.99.
Racket Nx is a sport that is only possible through virtual reality. It winds up being a mixture of racquetball and the Atari classic Breakout. Players are tasked with destroying a series of targets with the ball, and can use a tractor beam to pull it back towards them. Playing solo is fun, but it really shines when playing against another player in multiplayer as matches can really get intense. It’s a no-brainer to include in our list of the best multiplayer VR fitness games.
Racket Nx has a fitness rating comparable to an elliptical by the VR Institute of Health and Exercise. It won our Best VR Sports SIM Fitness Game of the Year in 2018 and is currently available on Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Windows Mixed Reality for $19.99.
One of the best multiplayer VR fitness games, Sparc combines dodgeball with the arcade classic Discs of Tron. Players try to score points by hitting each other with a ball and can use their shield to deflect it. It’s a physically demanding game that will definitely test your endurance during longer matches. While it doesn’t have a huge player count, it has a dedicated fan base that is very welcoming to newbies.
Sparc is available now for Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and PlayStation VR. It won our Best VR Competitive Fitness Game of the Year in 2017 and is currently available for Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and PlayStation VR for $19.99
Exclusive to Oculus headsets, Sports Scramble is an eccentric sports mash-up that has players competing in beloved sports with the wrong equipment. You’ll get to enjoy tennis with a golf club and attempt to hit home runs with a hockey stick rather than a bat. It’s an absurd way to play, but it winds up being a lot of fun. It’s made even better via its online support as players can challenge others and their friends to matches. It’s definitely on the lighter side, so this is a great warm-up or cool down exercise.
Sports Scramble is available now on Oculus Rift and Oculus Quest for $29.99.
Sprint Vector is one of VR’s premier arm workouts as it has players constantly moving their arms so they run faster. The game revolves around taking part in an obstacle course with the winner being whoever finishes first. With many difficulty levels and a great multiplayer mode, trying to better your times will wind up being a blast. It’s easily one of the best multiplayer fitness VR games and is highly replayable as a result.
Sprint Vector has been given a fitness rating comparable to an elliptical by the VR Institute of Health and Exercise. It won our Best VR Arm Workout Game of the Year in 2017 and is currently available on HTC Vive and Oculus Rift for $29.99.
Synth Riders provides an intense workout by making players block and punch targets that are coming towards them. It’s not just an arm workout, though, as players will be moving their legs plenty as well. The game has a synth-heavy soundtrack, and a multiplayer mode was added in a free update and allows players to compete for high scores and chat in five-person lobbies. If you dig Beat Saber (which can also be played in multiplayer via a mod) and want to play online then this is a great option.
Synth Riders is available now on Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest, and Windows Mixed Reality for $19.99. It has been given a fitness rating comparable to an elliptical by the VR Institute of Health and Exercise.
To The Top
To The Top is a great platformer that is centered around giving the player an unprecedented amount of freedom in movement. Players are then tasked with working their way through out of this world obstacle courses. The game features a lot of replayability thanks to its fun multiplayer mode that will have players competing against one another to see who can make the best time. With plenty of content, this will keep players coming back as it is one of the best values in VR fitness games.
To The Top has a fitness rating comparable to walking by the VR Institute of Health and Exercise. It is currently available on Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR, and Windows Mixed Reality for $19.99.
That does it for VR Fitness Insider’s list of the 10 best multiplayer VR fitness games. With these great titles, you’ll be able to get in shape while also showing off your skills online.