First DLC Pack Announced For PlayStation VR FPS Title Firewall Zero Hour

Earlier this week as part of the two year celebrate of Sony’s virtual reality (VR) headset, the PlayStation VR, it was revealed that the tactical first-person shooter (FPS) title Firewall Zero Hour is getting it’s first download content (DLC) pack soon. The news comes direct from the PlayStation blog and confirms that the critical and community successful title is getting more content that is sure to make players happy.

Firewall Zero Hour - Screenshot (E3 2018)

The team-based multiplayer title has been doing well for itself following its release including being PlayStation VR’s top videogame in August. Now players can look forward to more content such as new items and skins to customize their characters along with new weapons that will offer new styles of play in the intense and thrilling shooter.

Following the announcement, the team at Fist Contact Entertainment provided more details on their own blog which explains that the release of the DLC “marks the opening of the PlayStation Store for Firewall Zero Hour, featuring cosmetic items such as Trinkets, Facepaints, and Weapons Skins.” Though some players might be upset that the first update does not include a new map or two, having more ways to customize your character and weapons before heading into battle is a nice addition to the videogame.

Firewall Zero Hour - Screenshot (E3 2018)

The DLC is planned to release on October 16th and with it will also come an update that set-ups the framework for the PlayStation Store in every region. The team are also looking on improving their patch process to ensure that improvements come to the title sooner rather than later. Some mentioned on the blog include Weapon Offset Options, improvements to the Smoke Grenades and Noise Maker to make them more useful along with Anti-Aliasing for PlayStation 4 Pro users.

VRFocus’ Staff Writer Rebecca Hills-Duty reviewed Firewall Zero Hour saying: “Firewall Zero Hour has managed to avoid many of the common pitfalls of VR online multiplayers and add its own interesting twist to the military FPS genre. The lobby system could use some improvements, but otherwise its a finely crafted title that will be of great interest to FPS fans.”

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