Vertigo Games and Jaywalkers Interactive flesh out the PlayStation VR library with zombie shooter, Arizona Sunshine.
Arizona Sunshine was well received on its initial PC outing late last year, although its release was not without a measure of controversy. Some features were initially only available to users with an Intel Core i7 CPU, but a PR disaster was quickly averted with a swift backtrack, and the game went on to earn more than $1.4 for its publisher in its first month.
Built for VR from the ground up, the game plants the player in south-west America during the midst of a zombie apocalypse. Using either free movement or teleportation to navigate the game’s open world, it’s up to you look for other survivors, and shoot a bunch of zombies in the head as you go.
In addition to its single player campaign, the game also features co-op multiplayer, plus an endless multiplayer Horde mode for up to four players.
The PlayStation VR version of Arizona Sunshine will support both PlayStation 4 Pro, and the new PlayStation VR Aim Controller, which is being released alongside sci-fi shooter Farpoint on May 17, 2017.
Vertigo Games have yet to confirm an exact release date, but say the game will arrive at some point in June, 2017.