Those who wish to know what a streaker looks like in VR are in luck thanks to a Kiwi company.

Earlier this month, VersoVR released virtual reality cricket simulator Cricket Club onto Steam and yes, there is a streaker.

Besides ogling a nude runner, Cricket Club allows HTC Vive owners to attack, defend, and swing their way to glory in front of a packed crowd at Wellington’s Basin Reserve.

Skills will be pushed to the limit as players face a challenging range of bowlers, from slow and steady to fast and frightening.

According to VersoVR, the game features realistic physics, immersive sound, and fluid animation that puts players in the middle of the action.

There's also a global leaderboard, a bat ‘hot-spot’ for instant feedback, left and right handed modes, and two pitches: Wakefield Park and the Basin Reserve.

The project began as a labour of love, but quickly gained momentum, leading to some international players providing feedback.

"When you put on that headset on and step up to the crease, it’s like you’re really there – the pulse certainly cranks up," said VersoVR's Daniel Crayford.

"We’ve been demoing the game at the New Zealand Cricket Museum during tests and one-dayers over the summer, and what really surprised us was the social aspect of the game – it’s almost as much fun to watch as it is to play.

"And it does get quite competitive," he added.

“We’ve had thousands of people play Cricket Club in its development stage, and they all say the same thing: when can I get it?"

To those thousands: you can get it on Steam.

Take the crease and face some heat in Kiwi-made VR title Cricket Club