Vertigo Games and Jaywalkers Interactive have announced some new co-op DLC (or DLZ, as they put it) for their zombie slaying VR title, Arizona Sunshine.
The first of the maps, Old Mine, is set in, you guessed it, an abandoned old mine shaft. Players start out armed with only a torch and are forced to approach the mode with a more tactical mindset as they’ll need to balance defending their area with going on vital supply runs in an “utterly dark map”.
The second, Undead Valley, takes place in a “zombie-infested warehouse-turned-underground casino” near the outskirts of Las Vegas, because why let something as trivial as a zombie apocalypse stop the good times?
Rather than simply defending an area against the undead, players must stay ahead of the horde by slowly expanding their area, collecting new weapons and ammo as they go.
Arizona Sunshine’s Free DLZ update is out 28 November on PS VR.
Are you looking forward to more co-op zombie slaying? Let us know below.
Bethesda have announced that a free trial for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is now available across all platforms.
James described Wolfenstein II as a “pure and unapologetic” single-player game that “really shines in its storytelling”, giving the game a lofty 9/10 in our review, so be sure to check it out.
Wolfenstein II is available now on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Bethesda have confirmed that a Nintendo Switch version is coming sometime next year, but there’s no mention as to whether the same free trial will be available on Ninty’s hybrid console.
Will you be giving Wolfenstein II a try? Let us know below.
Sony have announced a deal on PlayStation Plus ahead of the price rise which comes into effect later this month.
Aside from allowing players to access online content, the service also grants free games every month, 10GB of cloud storage and member exclusive discounts. New PlayLink social party game, That's You!, is available as a bonus until 25 October.
Does this lessen the blow of the price rise? Share your thoughts with us below or over in the forums.
At EVO 2017, Square Enix revealed that registration for the upcoming 3 vs. 3 brawler is now open.
Players can battle with, or against, friends, or take on AI opponents in some of the franchise's iconic locations.
If you want to get a taste of what's to come, you can sign up for the closed beta which is due to go live this summer.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT launches on PS4 in early 2018.
Fancy giving the beta a try? Let us know in the comments below or over in our forums.
The Xbox Games Pass has some competition, as Sony have added 50 PS4 titles to the PlayStation Now subscription service.
The Last of Us, Uncharted 1 - 3, Red Dead Redemption, Batman: Arkham City, LEGO Movie Videogame and LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1 - 4 are just a few of the PS3 titles on offer. You can find the full list here.
A PlayStation Now subscription will allow players to unlock trophies and access any online content in the games.
The service costs £12.99 per month and more titles will be added in the future.
Are you already subscribed? Thinking about giving it a try? Let us know in the forums or comments below.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy will be released on August 22 in North America, arriving a day later in Europe on the 23 according to Naughty Dog in a recent post.
The Lost Legacy will be free to download for owners who have already purchased either the Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Deluxe Edition, the Explorer’s Pack, or the Triple Pack. Non-owners will be expected to pay $39.99 US (UK price TBC) to receive the game on launch day.
If pre-ordering from the PS store, you’ll also receive a free Uncharted: The Lost Legacy PS4 theme designed by Truant Pixel.
Excited to sink your teeth into a new Uncharted game? Check out the latest gameplay trailer above, and let us know your thoughts in the comments.
The Naughty Dog classics Jak and Daxter, Jak II, Jak 3 and Jak X: Combat will be released on PS4 later this year, according to a recent post from PlayStation.
Are you excited to see Jak and Daxter in HD? Let us know in the comments.
In an official statement, Sony have announced that Playstation Now will be discontinuing its services on PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation TV, Sony Blu-ray players and smart TVs (Samsung and Sony).
These changes will be implemented on August 15 this year, with a cut-off point of April 1st for Sony Bravia TVs.
For a full list of the discontinued peripherals, take a look at the official statement here.
A wise decision, or a disastrous one? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below or on our Facebook or Twitter page.