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Montabon runs World of Warcraft with quite the setup, using a VR treadmill to move in the game and HTC Vive.

On his YouTube channel, we also found one recent video, where he runs a Blackrock Depths Arena farm using the same setup.

This sure is an interesting concept that allows you to play your favorite game while also doing something for your health. What do you think of this unusual setup?


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8 hours ago, dartbodman said:

lol the first video "heart rate 0" that can't be good

Was just about to say the same ?

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