Arizona Sunshine has become incredibly popular, first launching on PC virtual reality (VR) platforms before making its way to the PlayStation VR. Fans were therefore excited to hear that there would be story DLC, though it turned out that PlayStation VR users would have to wait a while for it – and now it seems they will need to wait even longer.
The Arizona Sunshine – Dead Man DLC came out on PC-based VR platforms such as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive in May, with publisher Vertigo Games initially announced that the DLC would be coming to PlayStation VR in June.
That date has now been pushed back to July 2018, and a more precise date has not been confirmed. The reason for the delay was indicated to be some sort of technical limitation or issue, with Vertigo Games and Jaywalkers Interactive saying: “We’d like to apologize to those disappointed by the launch being pushed out of June. We can’t wait for you to play the prequel mission, but bringing it to PS VR – at the desired quality – is taking a little longer than foreseen due to a technical challenge now solved.”
Arizona Sunshine – Dead Man DLC acts as a prequel to the story of Arizona Sunshine. Set on a Us missile base in the early stages of the zombie apocalypse, the player takes the role of a US Army Special Forces corporal, who is trying to contain the zombie outbreak with nuclear weaponry even as his bases comes under attack from the walking dead.
The DLC will feature online co-op for up to two players and a range of difficulty settings, including an Apocalyptic Mode for the truly hard-core players. There are also some new trophies and achievements to grab.
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