First released in 2016, Arizona Sunshine is a first-person zombie shooter. The game features a full campaign that can be played either in single-player or co-op, letting you gun down scores of zombified enemies in the scorching Arizona heat. There’s also an extensive wave-based survival mode for up to four players.
Look for the Quest version of Arizona Sunshine to launch later this year. But that’s not all Vertigo is revealing on the Arizona Sunshine front today. We also have a first look at The Damned, an upcoming DLC mission for the game. Vertigo says this will be Arizona’s largest level yet, set in an enormous dam that players will need to fight their way through. The DLC drops on August 27 on existing platforms like Rift, Vive and PSVR. No word yet on how Vertigo will handle DLC for Arizona on Quest.Finally, there’s a little news from the Skyworld camp. Vertigo’s recent spin-off, Skyworld: Kingdom Brawl, is getting a healthy dose of DLC soon!
Need more? Well we’ve also got your first look at After The Fall, Vertigo’s next big VR title. It’s a hugely promising four-player shooter coming to headsets next year. It’s a busy time for Vertigo Games, then. Tagged with: arizona sunshine, Oculus Quest
The First Commercial VR Devices – The EyePhone Head-Mounted Displays. In the late 1960s, the virtual and augmented reality terms were coined, describing the field of technology we know today. This also encompassed the appearance of two of the very first commercial virtual reality devices in the 1980s in the face of the EyePhone 1 and the EyePhone HRX. Developed by VPL research, a company by Jaron Lanier, the devices were extremely expensive, costing as much as $9,400 for the 1 version and $49,000 for the HRX. Customers could also buy gloves that costed $9,000. While the devices didn’t really take off, which is understanding, having in mind their price, they were a major step forward in the development of virtual reality haptics and virtual reality goggles and head-mounted displays.