Since it’s launch back in December, Arizona Sunshine has seen a tremendous response from gamers, on both the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive systems. The first-person zombie shooter features a multiplayer horde mode and now Vertigo Games has revealed a new map will become available in the next update.
The studio confirmed to VRFocus at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2017 this week, that the Horde mode would be expanded upon, adding a dark and dingy mine level, similar to the campaign.
Players will need to have torches at the ready, as the new area will feature a mixture of dimly lit platforms and pitch black tunnels to explore. To ensure players don’t just simply camp out in a nice little corner, the studio has made sure that vital supplies such as ammo and health aren’t just bunched together, spread between different areas of the map.
While Horde mode can be played on your own, it’s much better as a multiplayer experience, so that players can assist each other when resupplying or when the horde get too much. But with each additional player the undead only grow in number and become even more dangerous.
The Mine map will come as a free update when Vertigo Games release it on Tuesday, 7th March. VRFocus will continue its coverage of Arizona Sunshine, reporting back with the latest updates.