2MD: VR Football is a room-scale 2 minute drill virtual-reality quarterback simulator. It is positioned as an arcade game rather than a realistic simulation, designed to work with modern VR headsets such as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, and utilizes 360 degree tracking and motion controls.
Gameplay consists of two parts: First, players are given the option to design up to 8 plays. Additionally, they have the option of customizing one of 8 fantasy teams, before engaging in a 7 round heat in an attempt to win the championship.
On the field, players are able to call audibles to change plays, then throw the ball to open receivers. After the snap, players also have the option of running the ball themselves. Rounds are limited to 2 minutes, and players must score one touchdown to win (however, in later rounds, this requirement is increased to 2 touchdowns).
Additionally, the game features a ring-toss mini-game, which allows players to add to their score. The time limit imposed upon the ring toss mini-game is in part determined by the remaining amount of time left on the clock when the player wins the round. The PS4 version of the game features an additional local multiplayer mode called "Head 2 Head mode," which allows a second player to control the defense on the social screen.
2MD features 8 teams, each with their own home field. Team colors (primary and secondary) and the audible voice may be customized.
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2MD features the voice talents of Xander Mobus, SungWon Cho and David Wald.
Steam Achievements have a physical presence in the game as trophies, which populate the locker room as they are earned. Trophies are awarded for various milestones, such as completing passes, scoring points, and unlocking teams. Completing the championship unlocks the championship ring, which will be visible on the player's finger from that point on.
The game is single-player, but includes Steam leader-board support. In late 2018, a local multiplayer mode was added which allowed for a second player to take control of the defense on the 'social screen' called "Head 2 Head mode"