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‘Patrick Mahomes Experience’ aims to let gamers see football through Chiefs star’s eyes

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What’s it like to throw a pass like Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes?

Only Mahomes, whose repertoire includes sidearm, no-look and left-handed throws, can answer that, of course. But he partnered with City Lights and Free Range Games on “MVP Football: The Patrick Mahomes Experience,” a virtual reality game for Oculus Quest and Quest 2.

“What Patrick has already achieved in his career — and I know this is only the beginning — is amazing and to give audiences a taste of an MVP Experience is incredible,” CityLights Co-Founder, David Ganek, said in a news release.

The game lets users “go inside the helmet of today’s most dynamic quarterback and feel the pace of games from high school to pro,” CityLights said on its website.

Here is a preview of the game from Oculus:

The game was released last week.

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