The Best Way to Play ‘Arizona Sunshine’: Newly Enhanced Version Now Available on Quest 2

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Posted by Vertigo Games
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October 13, 2020
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You can now experience the VR zombie apocalypse in the ultimate way: untethered, with enhanced graphics and supporting cross-platform multiplayer on the Oculus Quest ecosystem. That’s right, we’ve brought a newly enhanced version of Arizona Sunshine to Oculus Quest 2 with even uglier zombies (you’ve been warned), full ragdoll physics for a more satisfying zombie shooting experience, and visual enhancements overall. And we’re thrilled to share that this update will even bring some of these graphical improvements to users on the original Oculus Quest as early as today!

But don’t take our word for it, check out the Arizona Sunshine Quest v Quest 2 Graphics Comparison video here to see the difference for yourself:

Here’s an overview of the visual upgrades for Arizona Sunshine on Quest 2:

  • Even uglier zombies

  • Enriched world: Blood spatter, foliage, birds, destructible glass, and environment zombies

  • Real-time sniper scopes

  • Dynamic lighting and shaders (specular and normal maps)

  • Overall visual enhancement*

*Improvement will also be available to players on the original Quest.

The free enhancement update will even bring some of these graphical improvements to users on the original Oculus Quest as early as today. While this does drop a beefier install-size onto your headset, it also means all Quest and Quest 2 owners will be able to experience Arizona Sunshine together through cross-play within the Quest ecosystem. This includes all of the game's content released to date: including all Horde Mode Updates and both DLC expansions. We’ve got you covered, no matter what your plans in the scorched apocalypse are!

If you don’t have this must-have VR title yet, you can get Arizona Sunshine on the Oculus Quest Platform for $ 39.99 USD / € 39,99. For more news about Arizona Sunshine, find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and subscribe to the newsletter at arizona-sunshine.com.