Revealed during PAX East, you can now can “grasp” a can in your hands and go through the motions of the 100 original soda drinking simulations found in the PC version, along with ten never-before-seen exclusives, and with achievements.
In addition, the Xbox One version of Soda Drinker Pro includes the Vivian Clark mode, which has “500% more content than the original version, drastically improved graphics and gameplay, and thousands of possible options for the players to experience.” It’s basically a game within a game, but mostly a lot of simulated arm-lifting-a-can soda drinking. Seriously, this thing is as real as Goat Simulator.
If the art and concept for both Soda Drinker Pro and Vivian Clark look a bit familiar, it’s because the devs also created the oddly heart-wrenching My Girl: The Video Game.
Though we don’t have a console release date as of yet, you can quench your thirst with the PC and Mac versions, which include Oculus Rift support, now for $5.