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Arizona Sunshine Update: Undead Valley

Arizona Sunshine Update: Undead Valley

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Tomorrow, April 20, the wildly popular zombie shooter game Arizona Sunshine is receiving some serious update in content with Undead Valley. The release is scheduled for 9 am Pacific Time. Undead Valley was initially debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last January. The update will be free and features an all-new Horde mode map that takes players across the Arizona-Nevada border to a zombie-infested old warehouse-turned-underground casino close to Las Vegas.

According to the latest Vertigo Games overview, “different from previous maps, Undead Valley requires players to adjust their play style to a new environment in which they need to keep moving to use the verticality of the map and its surrounding outdoor areas to their advantage. In this new map, players will be able to gradually open up their playground by finding keys to locked doors and blowing up any obstacles that are in their way. More weapons, hidden ammo spots and key tactical positions that they will need to keep the horde at bay will become available as they progress through the map.”

The game begins in a post apocalytic world riddled with zombies. In the blistering heat of the Grand Canyon state, it is up to you to overcome the undead’s attacks, and hopefully find other survivors. With a flash of a human voice over radio, it’s confirmed that there are other humans out there, and you must fight on to search for them. Arizona Sunshine poses a VR battle for survival in which players need to navigate both the hordes of zombies coming for their brains and the scorching heat in their desperate search for human allies.

Arizona Sunshine is developed from the ground up for HTC Vive and Oculus Touch. Its features, provided by Vertigo Games, are outlined below:

  • Real-life weapon handling: Using VR motion controllers, handle, fire, and reload over 25 different weapons with real-life movements. Anticipate attacks, manage your ammo and aim down the sights to blast your enemies to undead pieces.
  • Freely explore your surroundings: Move around without restraints to explore a series of huge southwestern American environments, including blistering-hot deserts, treacherous canyons and deep, dark mines.
  • Enjoy a full-size single player campaign: The campaign mode is built in bite-sized VR chunks that flow together to form a full narrative. Whether you want to jump in for a short session or stay for the complete ride, we’ve got you covered.
  • Join forces in co-op multiplayer: Combine forces with a friend in co-op campaign mode or multiplayer Horde mode for up to four players. But beware, more warm brains mean more, hungry undead.
  • Put yourself through serious survival: Scavenge the environment, loot your enemies and manage your ammo and consumables.
  • Experience unprecedented VR realism: When powered by an Intel® Core™ i7 processor or equivalent, Arizona Sunshine brings unprecedented realism to VR gaming with zombie mutilation, destructible environments, and an overall cinematic and immersive experience.
  • Play it only in VR: Arizona Sunshine is a VR shooter exclusively built for VR from the ground up. Step into the midst of a zombie attack as if you were really there and take on undead creatures close enough to touch.

While the Undead Valley update is free, that is only for those who already own Arizona Sunshine. Arizona Sunshine is $39.99 on both the Oculus and Steam Stores.

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  1. “unprecedented VR realism” LOOOL. This game is unpolished, over rated shovelware. Try and punch a zombie or throw an object or use something as a melee weapon and tell me it’s realistic.

  2. Is there a reason my comment was deleted? I find ” Experience unprecedented VR realism” completely hilarious. You cant melee zombies, you can’t throw things at them. This game is over rated and lacks polish. Now what about this deserves censoring? What country is this?


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