The notoriously monotonous prank mini-game Desert Bus is getting a virtual reality sequel, and it'll most likely be just as mind-numbingly unexciting. Just how dull is it, you ask? Well, playing it means driving for eight hours straight on a plain road between Tucson, Arizona and Las Vegas, Nevada at a max speed of 45 mph. According to Polygon, Penn Jillette (of the Penn & Teller duo that created the game) has revealed that he's working on "a new Desert Bus" during his weekly podcast. It will apparently be set in 1992 just like the first version and will "probably be for the [Oculus] Rift and for the PlayStation VR."