Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Your Girlfriend While Racing in VR

Gaming 29 February 14, 2017 by

VR Partner LifePlease excuse the cat ripped top and overall dishevelled appearance butHappy Valentines, Rowan. Here is your present.To everyone else, this is what happens when you buy your partner VR. Also, have a good day. I'm sending you dirty thoughts.

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Racing in virtual reality is immersive, but as this new viral video shows, be careful if you choose to ignore your significant other for another lap around the Nürburgring!

A man is apparently spending a bit too much time sim-racing with his new Oculus Rift VR headset, and his girlfriend is not amused. She hilariously begins to sing and dance to various love songs, recording the whole thing and sharing it with the world on Facebook.

Here’s what the woman said in her description of the video:

“VR Partner Life
Please excuse the cat ripped top and overall dishevelled [sic] appearance but
Happy Valentines, Rowan. Here is your present. To everyone else, this is what happens when you buy your partner VR. Also, have a good day. I’m sending you dirty thoughts.”

Unfortunately for girlfriends everywhere, VR racing is growing in popularity, and should become an even bigger phenomenon among console gamers this year. Dirt Rally is coming to PSVR this Friday, and both Project CARS 2 and Gran Turismo Sport will support VR when they launch later in 2017.

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