Sony hasn’t delved too deeply into the world of service games, but one of its biggest hits in the arena has been Firewall Zero Hour. The tactical first-person shooter has a very dedicated fanbase, and has been growing regularly since launching a few years ago. Unsurprisingly, then, it’ll be getting some improvements when you play on PlayStation 5.
In addition to the obligatory faster loading times, you’ll also get better visual fidelity. First Contact Entertainment explains that because the title is able to run at a higher base resolution on Sony’s next-gen console, the image is cleaner when super-sampled on the existing PlayStation VR headset. This is the second virtual reality game to get a meaningful upgrade through backwards compatibility, with Blood & Truth also getting boosted on the system.