Developer XR Games has announced its PSVR game Zombieland VR: Headshot Fever is being ported to PSVR2 in time for the headset's launch next month. Now called Zombieland Headshot Fever Reloaded, the new version is said to take advantage of all the bells and whistles packed into Sony's next-gen device. It'll cost £19.99/$24.99, but there's no word of a free PSVR to PSVR2 upgrade for current owners.
The light gun game has been rebuilt around PSVR2 and the extra power a PS5 allows, opening up the chance for a new cel-shaded art style, new character models, and better lighting. The progression system has been redesigned, and haptic feedback and adaptive triggers are said to make every weapon feel unique. You can also look forward to eye-tracking support and some headset rumble. It'll run in 4K at 90 frames-per-second.
In terms of all-new gameplay content, there'll be a new level in the PSVR2 version, and three other levels will be newly remixed. Then there are more Gun Range challenges, more weapons, and skins to wrap them in.
As part of a press release, XR Games CEO Bobby Thandi said the team saw PSVR2 as an opportunity to build the best version of Zombieland to date. "The team kept experimenting, and came back with a gorgeous new artstyle, new animations, lighting, physics, character models, progression system, as well as new levels, guns, challenges and trophies. This is essentially a remaster built to take advantage of PlayStation VR2’s exciting new hardware features, delivering a more exciting, faster, more immersive experience."
For All PSVR2 Launch Games, click the link. Will you be picking up Zombieland alongside the likes of Horizon Call of the Mountain and Moss next month? Share your PSVR2 wishlist in the comments below.
A downloadable demo disc would be ideal just like they did for the psvr.
Even low budget games like this can be great in VR. Like a 3D immersive time crisis, trying to get the best times through levels. And at these prices you can’t complain too much that the graphics are obviously designed for the low power quest 2.
Cool news! I enjoyed the first film, still haven't gotten around to watching the second.
Tap here to load 3 comments
Leave A Comment
Hold on there, you need to login to post a comment...