At CES 2017 Vertigo Games debuted an upcoming update for its popular first-person shooter (FPS) Arizona Sunshine, called Undead Valley. Today that update has gone live, taking players across the Arizona-Nevada border to Las Vegas.
Undead Valley is a Horde mode map set in a zombie-infested old transport warehouse-turned-underground casino, challenging players to mix up their strategies by using the height of the map and its surrounding outdoor areas to their advantage.
The studio has ensured the new map is dynamic and open to different tactical possibilities, with players able to find keys to locked doors or blast away obstacles to uncover new areas. If they look hard enough they’ll be able to locate more weapons, hidden ammo caches and useful positions to slaughter the rampaging horde of zombies.
Over the course of 2017 so far Vertigo Games has released several updates for the title, starting the year with a trackpad locomotion option for those players who find teleportation less immersive. Then last month another Horde map was added, taking players into the dark and dangerous Mines, where they have to choose between dual wielding their guns or using a torch to see.
As with all the past updates, Undead Valley is completely free for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. VRFocus will continue its coverage of Arizona Sunshine, reporting back with the latest announcements.