Vertigo Games and Jaywalkers Interactive have released a new paid DLC expansion for their VR zombie FPS game, Arizona Sunshine, called Dead Man. Currently the DLC is only available for the SteamVR and Oculus versions of the game, not for the native Windows Mixed Reality Windows Store version for some reason. However, the SteamVR version does have official Windows Mixed Reality support, so if you’ve bought that version then you can download the DLC from Steam, priced at a very reasonable £2.09 (UK) / €2.49 (EU) / $2.49 (US).
If you bought the Windows Store version, which no doubt many of you did, you should probably contact the developers to find out what’s happening DLC-wise for that.
You can watch a trailer for Arizona Sunshine’s Dead Man DLC above and read more about in in the following press release:
Arizona Sunshine – Dead Man DLC Launches Onto PC VR Platforms Today
Simultaneously released free Two-Handed Weapons Update brings much-anticipated feature to the PC VR community
Rotterdam (NL), 24 May 2018: Vertigo Games and Jaywalkers Interactive today release Arizona Sunshine – Dead Man DLC for Oculus Rift, HTC VIVE and Windows MR via Steam and Oculus Home. Retailing at $2,49/€2,49, it offers an all-new campaign mission telling a prequel story to Arizona Sunshine. Simultaneously, the major free Two-Handed Weapons Update comes to the base game, bringing the much-anticipated two-handed mode to PC VR players.
Arizona Sunshine – Dead Man DLC drops you in an infested US missile base where you lead a frantic attempt to contain the expanding zombie outbreak. Playing as Dockson, a US Army Special Forces corporal, the fate of the American Southwest rests in your hands as you fight to launch a nuclear-warhead loaded missile vital to stopping the spread of zombies. In the close-quarters of the dark missile silo, even the most veteran of Arizona Sunshine survivors will need to stay on their toes to overcome the undead onslaught and complete their mission.
Originally developed with the PS VR aim controller in mind, the free Two-Handed Weapons Update arms Arizona Sunshine survivors with 13 new two-handed weapons. On PC VR platforms, two-handed mode supports play with regular VR motion controllers as well as VR peripherals including the PP Gun and the yet to be launched Arena Infinity™ LITE.
Arizona Sunshine – Dead Man DLC and the free Two-Handed Update are available today for Oculus Rift, HTC VIVE and Windows MR on Steam and Oculus Home.
About Arizona Sunshine
Arizona Sunshine is a VR horror shooter that was first released on PC on December 6, 2016 earned sales of more than $1.4m in its first month of release. It went on to win UploadVR’s VR Game of the Year 2016 award.
Arizona Sunshine was developed from the ground up for VR. Step in the midst of a zombie apocalypse as if you were really there. Freely move around and explore a post-apocalyptic world, and handle motion-controlled weapons with real-life movements – putting the undead back to rest is more thrilling and satisfying than ever before. www.arizona-sunshine.com
About Vertigo Games
Founded in 2008, Vertigo Games is a Dutch development studio located in the port city of Rotterdam, The Netherlands. After successfully having developed and launched a range of entertainment and serious games, the studio is currently working on their new and upcoming VR entertainment titles World of Diving, Arizona Sunshine, and Skyworld. www.vertigo-games.com
About Jaywalkers Interactive
Jaywalkers Interactive is a two-man game development studio from The Netherlands, consisting of Vincent Bonefaas and Laurens Bruins. We’ve cut our teeth on our multi-platform console game Kick & Fennick and our Oculus Rift demo: Blue Marble and have developed the VR game Arizona Sunshine in collaboration with Vertigo Games. www.jaywalkersinteractive.com
Have you got Arizona Sunshine and are planning to buy the Dead Man DLC? Have you got the DLC already and if so what’s it like? Let us know in the comments below, or create a discussion in our (PC) Windows Mixed Reality VR Games forum. You can also write your own review of the game in our (PC) Windows Mixed Reality VR Game Reviews forum.
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