Vertigo Games’ zombie shooter Arizona Sunshine 2 is set to launch tomorrow. However, early access is now available for Meta Quest, PSVR 2 and PCVR headsets. Here’s how to play Arizona Sunshine 2 today!
Vertigo Games has been ramping up its marketing efforts for Arizona Sunshine 2 ahead of its 7th December launch. As part of that campaign, the studio has released a selection of gameplay trailers and new details. The latest specifically focuses on the Meta Quest 2. And from what we’ve seen, Arizona Sunshine 2 on Quest 2 looks alright.
There are just over two weeks until Vertigo Games launches Arizona Sunshine 2. As excitement builds, the studio has released new details during a special showcase. Whilst there was a new single-player campaign playthrough, it was the Arizona Sunshine 2 co-op mode details that provided the most tantalising updates.
There are only three weeks to go until Vertigo Games’ Arizona Sunshine 2 arrives for Meta Quest, PSVR 2 and PCVR headsets. If you’ve been eager to see and learn more about the game then make sure you keep tomorrow afternoon free. That’s because the developer will be holding a special Arizona Sunshine 2 showcase filled with fresh gameplay and commentary.
Mixed Realms’ Hellsweeper VR launched in September to fairly positive, but mixed reviews. Since then the studio has released updates to improve the experience, the most recent being v1.2 this week. Additionally, the developer is also to expand the co-op experience on Hellsweeper VR by enlisting beta testers.
Winter 2023 is littered with some excellent-looking VR games for all headsets. Some have stuttered at launch – looking at you Ghostbusters – whilst others including The 7th Guest VR haven’t disappointed. There are also some titanic sequels on the way, with Vertigo Games’ upcoming zombie shooter among them. It’s been a long time coming but here’s why all VR fans should be excited for Arizona Sunshine 2.
We might be used to seeing the odd ’90s videogame reemerge and remastered but they do tend to be more well-known IPs. What’s very rare – almost unheard of – is bringing back a CD-ROM mystery puzzler. Especially one with FMV-heavy graphics. But that’s exactly what Vertigo Games has done with The 7th Guest VR. And you know what, combining modern volumetric video capture with VR has worked (mostly). With our review discovering that The 7th Guest VR is one of the more unique VR games of 2023.
Earlier this Summer Vertigo Games (Arizona Sunshine, After the Fall) announced a surprising reboot. It was bringing back a classic ’90s videogame many probably don’t remember, The 7th Guest. Originally a single-player CD-ROM adventure, Vertigo Games has given it an immersive overhaul, with The 7th Guest VR out today for multiple platforms.