During this years PlayStation Experience 2017 Sony started the proceedings by unveiling a new game currently under development in the form of Firewall Zero Hour, being created for the PlayStation VR console.To learn more about what you can expect from the new PlayStation VR game check out the quick Firewall Zero Hour gameplay trailer embedded below. The Firewall Zero Hour game will support both DualShock 4 controllers and the PlayStation VR Aim controller and expected to launch sometime during 2018.
Sony explain a little more about the new PSVR game over on their official PlayStation blog.
If you’ve ever loved a Rainbow Six or SWAT game, you’ll immediately understand the appeal of Firewall. The pacing is deliberate and methodical; the action quick and decisive. It’s a tense game of cat-and-mouse between two (human) teams. Player communication is paramount, and quick wits will get you further than a quick trigger finger.
I played a series of matches set in a shadowy mansion. I quietly crept from room to room with three teammates en tow. Our objective: a laptop hidden somewhere in the house. The other team lay in wait, ready to spring an ambush or ward off our attack. We activated our flashlights, the beams casting realistic-looking shadows on the walls, and slowly navigated the darkened rooms. As we inched our way closer to the objective, we kept up a stream of tense chatter, speculating where the opposing team might be lurking and calling out safe zones.