Arizona Sunshine gets new locomotion types: Here’s how to use them
Arizona Sunshine is a very popular VR game that immerses players into a world full of zombies out to get you. As a player, you’ll step into the midst of a zombie apocalypse and survive.
With this VR game, putting the undead back to rest is more thrilling than ever before. Arizona Sunshine allows you to freely move around, explore a post-apocalyptic world, and handle weapons with real-life movements.
The latest Arizona Sunshine update takes the gaming experience to the next level, adding new locomotion types and many bug fixes.
Arizona Sunshine locomotion
Following fan suggestions, Vertigo Games added additional locomotion methods to the game. The new locomotion types offer players new possibilities to traverse the hard Arizona Sunshine environment and also affects the gameplay:
New locomotion options have been added, tweak and choose how you want to play! You can now choose a ‘walking’ locomotion method. There are also a couple of settings you can adjust to tweak it to your needs.
For the time being, there are only two locomotion settings available: teleport and walking. Teleport has been available since the game was launched in December. It is a fast way to move around but it’s unstable. Players report that teleporting sometimes breaks the game.
Walking is the latest locomotion addition to Arizona Sunshine. It’s more stable and offers a more immersive, realistic locomotion experience.
To change the locomotion types, simply go to the Movement tab and select the movement option you want to enable.
The recent Arizona Sunshine patch also brings a series of useful bug fixes:
- Fixed a bug with bullet tracers not being shown
- Fixed the bug where audio would break during gameplay
- Polished the multiplayer connection code to handle rare exceptions
- Crashes should occur less often
- Text updates
- Improvements to avatar appearance/movements in multiplayer
Have you tested out the new Arizona Sunshine locomotion types?
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