Today developers Vertigo Games and Jaywalkers Interactive announced that their game Arizona Sunshine, will be getting some free DLC on the PlayStation 4.
This new content will come in the form of two Horde maps. The first, titled Undead Valley, will see drop players in an abandoned, zombie-infested casino near Las Vegas, Nevada. The second, titled Old Mine, is exactly like the name suggests, and takes place in an decrepit mine shaft. A release date for these two maps was not revealed.
Just like the PC version of this content, which was added to that edition of the game in March and April respectively, these two packs will cost players absolutely nothing.
In addition to the announcement of the DLC, today, the PlayStation VR version will be receiving a brand new update, which is based on some of the feedback that has been received over the past few weeks. Some highlights include improvements to the PlayStation VR Aim controller functionality, the addition of a chaperone system, new gameplay tips, and more. You can check out the full list of changes below:
- Added a chaperone system
- Added gun sights for aim assist, this can be disabled in the settings
- The two-handed weapons campaign can now be played in co-op mode
- The horde mode can now be played with two-handed weapons
- Zombie kill trophies are now unlockable with combined kills from multiplayer
- Levels unlocked in the two-handed weapons mode are now also unlocked for the normal campaign
- A setting has been added for the rotation speed
- A setting has been added to disable the 180 flip on certain controls
- A setting has been added for adjusting the grenade belt height
- Multiple gameplay tips have been added to the loading screen
- Fixed some locomotion collisions
- Added ‘run’ locomotion speed to Move controllers
- Minor gameplay fixes
Arizona Sunshine was originally released on Steam on December 6th, 2017. A few months later, it was announced that the game would be coming to the PlayStation VR on June 27th, 2017. You can check out our review of the game by clicking here.