- Number of Players
- 1 (Single Player) (8 Player Online)
- Release Date
- 28th Aug 2018
- 28th Aug 2018
- PSVR Support
- PlayStation VR (Required)
- Controller Support
- Feature Support
- Official Site
You've been Tango'd
Republished on Wednesday 29th January 2020: We're bringing this review back from the archives following the announcement of February's PlayStation Plus lineup. The original text follows. We’re not sure whether they’re brave or stupid, but developers will insist on releasing online-only multiplayer games for PlayStation VR...
Sony doesn’t have the best track record for ongoing online multiplayer game support, but credit must go to the platform holder for not pulling the plug on First Contact Entertainment’s tactical shooter, Firewall Zero Hour. The PSVR exclusive has been taking down targets for almost four years now, and will receive its tenth (and...
Three years after release
Sony’s simply got to be lining up a next-gen sequel to tactical shooter Firewall Zero Hour, right? The PSVR exclusive, now in its third year, is still getting seasonal content – and while Operation: Rubicon is releasing without any additional maps or contractors, the longevity of the release is impressive to say the...
Better call Saul
Firewall Zero Hour has grown a lot since launching as a PlayStation VR exclusive a couple of years ago, and developer First Contact Entertainment’s commitment to the first-person shooter continues. Alongside its inclusion on PlayStation Plus, the American developer has added some complimentary content, including a new map inspired...
Welcome to Rapture
It's time once again to put your PlayStation 4 in rest mode and download a bunch of gigabytes -- the latest PS Plus lineup is now available. In case you've forgotten, February 2020's batch of games includes BioShock: The Collection, The Sims 4, and PSVR tactical shooter Firewall Zero Hour. All three titles are now
Three games, but no Crash Bandicoot
The time has come: February 2020's PS Plus games have been announced. As per usual, subscribers get access to two PlayStation 4 games, but this time there's an added bonus as PlayStation VR title Firewall Zero Hour is also included. If you don't have a headset, you'll have to make do with BioShock: The Collection...
New maps and contractors
Firewall Zero Hour has to be the best supported PlayStation VR game out there, right? Despite middling reviews last August, developer First Contact Entertainment has stuck with the PSVR shooter through thick and thin, and it's planning on enhancing the experience yet again with more content. Titled Operation: Dark Web, check...
Double XP, too
Firewall Zero Hour is probably one of PlayStation VR's better multiplayer offerings, with its tactical skirmishes and intense firefights. If you've yet to sample this PSVR exclusive title, you're in luck: this weekend, all PS Plus members are able to play it for free. Starting today and ending on the 30th June, you'll be able to join...
Tense battles, long wait times
We attracted a lot of criticism for docking Firewall Zero Hour points in our review due to its online-centric design. Our point was pretty straightforward: PlayStation VR is a popular peripheral but it’s still relatively niche, and
Enormous update with free and premium content
You’ve got to give credit to First Contact Entertainment: it’s kept PlayStation VR’s flagship tactical first-person shooter Firewall Zero Hour up-to-date, and managed to maintain a small but passionate community. Launching on 21st May is the biggest refresh yet: a huge update spanning free and...
Jag and Node join the fight
PlayStation VR exclusive shooter Firewall Zero Hour has been getting a fairly steady flow of DLC since its launch last summer, and the latest pack is about to arrive. Available to purchase from the PlayStation Store tomorrow, the fourth round of DLC for the tactical FPS includes a few interesting additions. As detailed...
Teamwork is everything in this intense squad-based shooter – put on your PlayStation VR headset, gather an arsenal of equipment, and prepare for blistering combat.
Choose from 12 experienced mercenaries and familiarize yourself with upgradeable weapons. Will you lock and load with the attacking squadron, tasked to obtain valuable data in a hostile environment? Or will you be on the frontlines of the defending team, making sure the data is kept out of enemy hands by any means necessary?