Today, we’re excited to announce that After the Fall —the most ambitious VR game yet from the team that brought you Arizona Sunshine—is bringing a new breed of post-apocalyptic gameplay to the Rift Platform.
Vertigo Games’ Arizona Sunshine is on its way to Oculus’ standalone headset. Vertigo promises this will offer the full Arizona Sunshine on a standalone VR headset. No word yet on how Vertigo will handle DLC for Arizona on Quest.
Vertigo Games, the developer of smash hit VR zombie shooter, Arizona Sunshine, appears to be hinting at an announcement. Vertigo also has a big presence in the location-based VR space with specialized versions of Arizona Sunshine and new games like The Corsair’s Curse.
Bad news for people speculating that Arizona Sunshine was going to be announced for Oculus Quest today; it isn’t. Vertigo Games just announced Arizona Sunshine – The Damned DLC. Tagged with: arizona sunshine , dlc , the Damned , VR FPS , zombies.
A new title based on the Arizona Sunshine VR franchise is coming to Nomadic VR arcades. Nomadic is a new location-based VR company founded last year. The company launched last year with an experience called Arizona Sunshine Contagion Z.
"The message that we all need to look at how to use technology for the good of society as a whole is a great message," said Jim McGregor, principal analyst at Tirias Research , a high-tech research and advisory firm in Phoenix, Arizona.
Earlier this year Vertigo Games released Arizona Sunshine – Dead Man DLC the first campaign DLC for the title. Update: Since VRFocus wrote the article Vertigo Games has now changed the offer, discounting Arizona Sunshine by 50 percent, so it’s now £14.99 until Monday 10th.
Check out A Fisherman’s Tale, a Virtual Reality puzzle that puts you in the coat and galoshes of a fisherman puppet named Bob. Vertigo Games, who’s behind Arizona Sunshine and Skyworld; award-winning Innerspace; and ARTE, a European culture channel and digital network, announced that they are setting sail for a January 2019 release date for $14.99.
What sets Nomadic apart from its competitors, such as The Void, is that it’s designed to be much more modular and adaptable. If you try an experience with The Void, you might have to queue up and wait for the next group to finish, but with Nomadic it’s all seamless.