The celebrated zombie-shooter receives its second and largest DLC release this October.
Originally scheduled for release this past August, VR publisher and developer Vertigo Games today confirmed that the latest expansion to their 2016 zombie-shooter, Arizona Sunshine, will be arriving on Oculus, SteamVR, and PSVR October 3rd.
Set before the events of the main campaign and Dead Man DLC, Arizona Sunshine – The Damned puts you in the boots of a U.S. Special Forces operative sent on a veritable suicide mission to reactivate the power within a gargantuan mega-dam. Of course, things go south almost immediately, and you soon find yourself alone against a horde of undead civilians, engineers, even fellow soldiers.
“The Damned DLC has a unique feel to it because it features a sprawling new level with dizzying heights and terrifying lows… blue skies and dark corridors,” said Paul van der Meer, Producer at Vertigo Games, in an official release. “Alone, or with another player in co-op, you have to work your way through the bowels of the dam to complete your mission and get to safety. Handguns and rifles are plentiful, which is a good thing, because so are the Freddies.”
Arizona Sunshine – The Damned DLC will be available to purchase on SteamVR, Oculus, and PSVR October 3rd for $4.99. Much like the Dead Man DLC, players can team up with friends and take on the apocalypse co-opereratively.
During E3 2019 this past June, Vertigo Games revealed they were bringing the original Arizona Sunshine experience, as well as both DLC releases, to the Oculus Quest sometime later this year. Based on the visuals and resolution, it appears as though the gameplay shown in today’s trailer was taken from a Quest headset, though no information on a release date for standalone has been provided as of yet. With OC6 kicking-off tomorrow, we can only hope more information will be revealed during the main keynote.
Feature Image Credit: Vertigo Games