“Arizona Sunshine” to Features PSVR Aim Controller Support, June Release

Arizona Sunshine, a first person shooting VR title that has been available for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift over Steam, is due to come out for Playstation VR too. Not only that, but they have announced PSVR Aim Controller support as well.

Built exclusively for VR, Arizona Sunshine puts you in the midst of a zombie apocalypse. Handle weapons with real-life movements, freely explore a post-apocalyptic world, and put your survival skills to the test in VR – putting the undead back to rest is more thrilling than ever before.

Here’s a quote from the entry on Sony’s PS blog from the developer Vertigo Games:

On PlayStation VR, you can take your first steps into the zombie apocalypse with the use of regular Dualshock 4 controllers, but we’re also supporting the PlayStation Move motion controllers and, even more exciting, the newly released PS VR Aim controller! 

Furthermore, they have said that the game will be coming next month. 

As for the Aim controller, since the game was initially created with dual-wielding guns in mind, we’ve thoroughly tested ways to get the support for it right. And while using the Aim controller limits you to using a single weapon at a time, it makes up for that by increasing accuracy and control, upping your chances for critical, dismembering hits – that’s right, the fan-favourite zombie mutilation mechanic also made it onto PlayStation VR!

We hope you like Arizona Sunshine as much as we do when it hits PlayStation VR next month, best of luck to you and your friends and see you at the other side of the apocalypse!

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