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Arizona Sunshine on PlayStation VR Gets Free DLC

Popular zombie-shooting title Arizona Sunshine has sold very well on the PlayStation VR, and its developers and publishers at Vertigo Games and Jaywalkers Interactive are sufficiently pleased that they have announced that all players who own Arizona Sunshine on PlayStation VR will be able to download post-launch DLC for free.

The DLC is planned to launch later on this summer, and will feature two new Horde maps, set in the Old Mine and Undead Valley, a place that requires players to trek across the border to the zombie-infested casinos of Las Vegas, Nevada.

Arizona Sunshine PlayStation VR screenshot

In addition, the developers have announced various updates and bug fixes will be introduced in update 1.02, which the developers say has taken into account feedback from the PlayStation VR community on improvements they wish to see. Though the PlayStation VR version of Arizona Sunshine is, in some ways, more limited than the room-scale version on the HTC Vive, the developers and the community have seen room for improvements such as:

  • Improved aiming down the iron sights for the PlayStation Aim controller
  • Co-Op multiplayer support for two-handed mode
  • A system to stop the floating effect when tracking is lost
  • New control scheme options for more play style customisation

Full patch notes can be found on the Arizona Sunshine official website. The update is currently live and will be fully rolled out to all regions for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro in a couple of days.

You can check out the review for the PlayStation VR version of Arizona Sunshine Here.

VRFocus will bring you further news on Arizona Sunshine and other PlayStation VR titles as it becomes available.