Arizona Sunshine for Quest releases Brand New Co-Op Map for Free

Arizona Sunshine for Quest releases Brand New Co-Op Map for Free

Vertigo Games' instant classic Arizona Sunshine hit four years old earlier this month. In celebration, the developer has released a brand new Horde Mode map: Trailer Park.

When VR zombie survivor title Arizona Sunshine launched on PC VR all the way back in 2016, it was met with rave reviews.

UploadVR called it "the best VR zombie shooter yet" and VRHeads declared it "a new standard for VR shooters." UploadVR even gave it three awards, as well as awards from the Viveys and Dutch Game Awards.

They're not exaggerating, it's a lot of fun - so when it was released on Quest in December last year, an even wider player base got access to one of the best zombie games available in VR.

Last week, developer Vertigo Games announced a brand new map for the game's Horde Mode: titled Trailer Park. The team apparently decided to release the horde map in celebration of Arizona Sunshine's four year anniversary at the beginning of this month.

The map allows you to dip in and out static caravans and take on a whole lot of new Freddies.

I, for one, can't wait to get my hands on it! It's even been enhanced for Quest 2, so if you've gotten your hands on one by now give it a whirl!

Trailer Park launched yesterday on the 15th of December, and is currently only available on Oculus Quest. But don't fret, loyal PC VR and PSVR supporters, it will be coming to your platform of choice sooner than you think: early next year, to be specific.

However, Steam users can access the map in Beta. All they need to do is opt-in via the game's properties, selecting the "Trailerpark_beta" option.

Good news for some. Hang in there, loyal PSVR players!

Killing zombies might get a little draining - emotionally, I mean. So if you're looking for something to brighten your mood, check out the brand new Festive Update for Novity's Rags to Dishes!


Liam Noble Shearer

I am a VR reporter and commentator based in the far North of Scotland. I focus primarily on industry news & new releases, as well as writing editorials and reviews. Likes coffee, dislikes parsnips.

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