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Firewall Zero Hour’s Fourth DLC Adds new Contractors and Guns

Plus there are some extra little trinkets.

For fans of team-based multiplayer shooter Firewall Zero Hour on PlayStation VR, it’s time for a new DLC to drop in from First Contact Entertainment. This new add-on includes two new contractors, weapons and lots of ancillary items to choose from. 

Firewall Zero Hour

First up are your new contractors Jag and Node. Jag is an ambush expert whose skill allows her to bring three mines into battle – great for defending. Plus, the Ambush skill can be equipped to any Contractor once you’ve reached level 31 and for 25,000 Crypto. Then there’s Node, who has the Afterlife skill giving you the ability to detonate your planted C4 from the support feed. Another great character when defending, you can still cause carnage even after you’ve died. The Afterlife skill can be equipped to any Contractor once you’ve reached level 43 and for 35,000 Crypto.

As for guns, First Contact Entertainment has added three new weapons to unlock:

  • The 9MM Stinger (SMG) (Unlocked at Level 24 / Crypto 24,000)
  • The JA-300 (AR) (Unlocked at Level 42 / Crypto 42,000)
  • The H5 Hornet (AR) (Unlocked at Level 50 / Crypto 42,000)

When it comes to the little trinkets, there are a number of new face paints, clothing camos and weapon camos coming to PlayStation Store. New face paints: Kiwi, Eagle, Spider and Janus, new clothing and weapon camo patterns: Geometric, Lava, Circuit and Splinter. Plus Lil’ Nala, Lil’ Okoro, Lil’ Skip and Lil’ Diaz as a trinket pack. And free for all active PS Plus members is the Lil’ Diaz Trinket. Available until 14th March, this mini version of Diaz will class up any weapon you equip.

Firewall Zero Hour

On top of all that, there are a number of bug fixes and improvements going live, such as a new set of laptop locations in the Shoothouse map, improved knife hit detection and fine-tuning of matchmaking.

The fourth DLC for Firewall Zero Hour will be available from tomorrow. For any further updates or announcements, keep reading VRFocus.

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