Have you ever wanted to be deadmau5? Before you answer that, remember that he has a suite of impressive cars, including an Ace of Spades themed McLaren P1, wears a giant mouse head, and plays music to fans regularly. Yeah, it wouldn’t be so bad.
Well, a Google Cardboard VR game gives you the opportunity to step into his shoes. The title includes both live-action and CGI elements, as you take deadmau5 from his studio to the stage.
You’ll get to see a digital version of his garage, drive one of his vehicles using your head as the controller, engage in a rhythm-action dance off challenge, and then experience a 360-degree live show. It’s part game, part experience and it sounds quite intriguing.
The free Absolut deadmau5 app will be available on July 27. If you already have Google Cardboard, you’re good to go. If not, you may be tempted by the limited edition Absolut Cardboard viewer, which is available to pre-order.