So I’m sure there are some people like me who have asked for help on this only to get one variation of answers; “just get good” “oh ya know just do this” as they proceed to bounce away from you. Well im here to help you learn how to bounce in between walls to climb. This will be helpful for the canyon map and its best to practice this on the monkey play ground.
Guide to Climb
Step 1: Don’t Over Think It
Seriously don’t go into this with a angry and annoyed mind set. Clear your head and get ready.
Step 2: How to Actually Climb
So you cleared your head? Good. Now there is 2 motions you must do with your arms to climb. First launch your self to one side of the wall. Get the corresponding arm ready by bringing your forearm and tricep together as if lifting weights and at the top of a curl. Next when you touch the wall you’ll have a second of sticking that’s when you pull down your arm and straiten it out at the same time. This will launch you to the other wall. Where you repeat the process above of 1 tricep curl whilst in the air, 2 touch the wall, and 3 pull your arm down and straiten it at the same time. Keep in mind this will take practice. Usually before I even play, I go to the monkey play ground and climb the wood walls for a bit till I got it down.
Step 3: Tips on Climbing
Now on with the tips! Firstly I find it much easier to climb when leaning a bit in the direction of the wall im going towards and away from it when I push off it. I think it does help you climb though I could be wrong. It seems to help me a lot. Another tip I found to help me is having some other monkeys climb with me. This makes me want to get to their level and makes me go faster, lastly a tip I found very useful is looking when im pushing off a wall. I look where im pushing off from mostly cause I use a quest 2 + virtual desktop, which means unlike some I don’t have base stations around my room to track every movement I make with my hands. So if your like me make sure to look at your hands when pushing off a wall so your headset can track you.
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