Arizona Sunshine 2 to Feature Cross-Platform Co-op Support

During today’s Arizona Sunshine 2 Gameplay Showcase, Vertigo Games announced that this upcoming title will feature cross-platform co-op support.

Arizona Sunshine 2 will feature full cross-platform multiplayer functionality between the PS VR2, Meta Quest and PC VR platforms. With this in place, players can dive into its two-player co-op campaign mode. There will also be an endless Horde mode that supports up to four players.

There will also be a Quest 3 Upgrade for Arizona Sunshine 2 on Meta Quest. From Day 1, Quest 3 players will be able to take advantage of an upgraded resolution, while the post-launch Quest 3 Upgrade scheduled for later in December will introduce real-time shadows on dynamic objects.

There will also be three additional Horde mode maps to be released during Year One; more will be revealed at a later date.

Catch up on the showcase with the video below:


The Deluxe Edition of Arizona Sunshine 2 is also available, which includes everything in the Standard Edition on top of the Freddy Hands Skin, Doggy Weapon Charm, and Undead Buddy. Pre-orders of the Standard Edition of Arizona Sunshine 2 will include the Biker Bark Vest, Worker Watch, and Ducky Weapon Charm in-game exclusive bonuses.

Source: Press Release
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