Elvis lives: VR hit Walkabout Mini Golf revives the King in virtual reality

Elvis lives: VR hit Walkabout Mini Golf revives the King in virtual reality

Mighty Coconut brings the King of Rock'n'Roll to virtual mini-golf: "Viva Las Elvis!" transports you to the glittering world of Elvis' Vegas era.


Mighty Coconut is working with Authentic Brands Group on an Elvis-inspired course for the VR mini-golf game Walkabout Mini Golf. The DLC "Viva Las Elvis!", scheduled for early 2025, will take you back to the 60s and 70s, the era when Elvis Presley ruled the stages of Las Vegas.

Inspired by Elvis Presley's songs, the 18-hole course will be dedicated to the glamorous world of Elvis' Vegas era, including specially designed lost balls to collect, an Elvis memorial putter, two levels of difficulty and themed avatar costume elements. "Viva Las Elvis!", like all DLC for Walkabout Mini Golf, will cost $3.99 and will be released for Meta Quest 3, Quest 2 and Quest Pro, as well as Playstation VR 2, PC VR via Steam, Pico and iOS.

Mighty Coconut is also working with The Jim Henson Company and Exploding Kittens on special avatar packs for this summer. Fans will be able to transform themselves into Dark Crystal and Fraggle Rock creatures, or even Elvis himself. The $1.99 paid packages will be supplemented by occasional free avatars, starting with an animal package.


Next licensed course for Walkabout Mini Golf

By integrating the personality of Elvis into Walkabout Mini Golf, Mighty Coconut brings the King to a new generation. Players can immerse themselves in the superstar's glittering world and experience it in a unique VR environment.

Mighty Coconut has previously collaborated with other studios and creators on licensed mini-golf courses for Jim Henson's Labyrinth, Cyan's Myst, artist collective Meow Wolf and the Wallace & Gromit DLC announced for July.


Elvis Presley is considered one of the most influential pop artists of the 20th century. His life and music have inspired countless musicals, movies, TV series, books, covers, and advertising campaigns.

Elvis' home, Graceland, in Memphis, Tennessee, is the second most visited residence in the United States after the White House, with more than 600,000 visitors each year. More than 17 million fans follow the King of Rock'n'Roll on social media alone.

Sources: Mighty Coconut