First-person soda drinking simulation game coming to Xbox One
Soda Drinker Pro launching on Microsoft's new console.
Soda Drinker Pro, which creator Will Brierly calls the "most advanced FPS (First-Person Soda) drinking simulator," will launch on Xbox One, it was officially announced today. The game's forthcoming arrival on Xbox One is thanks to Brierly and Snowrunner Games signing up with Microsoft's new independent publishing program ID@Xbox.
The Xbox One version of Soda Drinker Pro includes "more than 100 simulations," as well as 10 never-before-seen "exclusives" for Microsoft's new console. The game also features Kinect support, allowing players to "truly feel the cup in their hands as they grasp their soda and drink it to infinity."
Brierly also promises that Soda Drinker Pro for Xbox One includes new gameplay modes, including a "hyper-realistic" simulation mode, as well as achievements and "other surprises" to be announced closer to launch.
"We have been working hard to fine-tune the fluid dynamics, from the condensation on the cup to the carbonated bubbles that float up the straw," Brierly said.
Soda Drinker Pro for Xbox One will also include the secret mini-game "Vivian Clark." For Xbox One, this mini-game is built on a new engine and has 500 percent more content than the original version, Brierly said.