VR Resources Ltd. has received the final data from a state-of-the-art airborne hyperspectral survey covering its New Boston property and polymetallic Cu-Mo-Ag porphyry system in west-central Nevada, and the spring drill program has mobilized. Airborne hyperspectral surveys map alteration minerals. They augment property-scale mapping on the ground by providing detailed mineral identification, including compositional variation, which cannot be done visually.

Further, the system is especially responsive at New Boston thanks to the excellent bedrock exposure in the Garfield Range, allowing for comparative analysis across the entire mineral system and surrounding district. SpecTIR LLC, NV, is an industry leader in providing hyperspectral data from across the near-visible (VNIR), short (SWIR) and long (LWIR) infra-red wavelengths via their integrated FENIX 1K - OWL technology, and mapping the broadest range of alteration minerals, including the carbonates, clays, micas, quartz, iron, feldspars and garnet, among others. This is especially effective for skarn alteration minerals related to porphyry intrusions at New Boston.

There are no historic drill holes into the East Zone conductor; you don't drill what you can't see. But 45 years later, an array of new geophysical and geochemical tools are showing VR a zonation in the New Boston porphyry system across the central GW boundary zone and fault: in potassic alteration; in vein intensity and geometry; in IP and conductivity anomalies; in magnetic patterns; in alteration mineral assemblages, and; in copper geochemistry. A short video from the recent field visit, along with video from several previous site visits are available on the New Boston Project Page on the Company's website at www.vrr.ca.

Also, on the Home Page itself, is a 20 minute video review of the New Boston project and drill targets, illustrated in PowerPoint. Shareholders are encouraged to follow the Company's YouTube and Instagram channels for further field updates as drilling progresses. Summary technical and geological information for the Company's various exploration properties including New Boston is available at the Company's website at www.vrr.ca.

Technical information for this news release has been prepared in accordance with the Canadian regulatory requirements set out in National Instrument 43-101. Justin Daley, P.Geo., VP Exploration and a non-independent Qualified Person oversees and/or participates in all aspects of the Company's mineral exploration projects, and the content of this news release has been reviewed on behalf of the Company by the CEO, Dr. Michael Gunning, P.Geo., a non-independent Qualified Person. Location: New Boston is within the Walker Lane mineral belt and structural province in west-central Nevada.

More specifically, it is within the co-spatial belts of Jurassic - and Cretaceous-aged copper and moly porphyry deposits, including the Yerington camp and Hall deposit. New Boston is located in the Garfield Range in Mineral County, approximately 150 km southeast of Reno. Vegetation is sparse in the range; outcrop or colluvium predominate on the property itself, with quaternary cover developed off its eastern border and eastern flank of the range.

The property location facilitates cost-effective exploration, year-round. Access is from the nearby town of Luning, located just 5 km to the east on State Highway 95 connecting Reno and Las Vegas. The property itself is criss- crossed by a myriad of active, historic trails and roads, which are reachable from the highway.

Property Description: The New Boston property is large: it consists of 77 claims in one contiguous block approximately 3 x 5km in size and covering 583 hectares in total (1,441 acres). It covers the entire extent of the known copper-moly-silver porphyry-skarn mineral system exposed on surface between Blue Ribbon and East Zone, and its inferred down-dip potential to the north. The property is on federal land administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

There are no state or federal land use designations, or privately-owned land which impede access to the property; nor is the property within the BLM's broadly defined area of sage grouse protection. The property is owned 100% by VR. There are no underlying annual lease payments; nor are there any joint venture or back-in interests.

The vendor of the property retains a royalty.