A major new addition is live now in popular single-player PC VR simulation game Hot Dogs, Horseshoes and Hand Grenades. Update 73 is inspired by Team Fortress 2 and officially sanctioned by Valve Corporation.
H3VR’s developers at RUST LTD. are adapting the classic weapons from Valve’s 2007 shooter Team Fortress 2. The guns come with a new sandbox map and several game modes “styled as an homage to TF2,” according to developer Anton Hand.
Hot Dogs, Horseshoes and Hand Grenades sells for $19.99 on Steam and remains in early access after more than three years of development. Developers updated H3VR dozens of times with new objects, interactions and modes and update 72 recently added formal support for the new Valve Index wearable controllers.
H3VR offers a collection of realistically simulated gun ranges and firearms. There are game modes too, like take and hold, offering players an array of sausage-like agents to fight. There’s no multiplayer in H3VR and the hot dog agents you shoot are a long way from resembling humans.
“H3VR is what happens when four best friends who went to art school make a game about guns,” Hand wrote in a message. “There’s a new Sandbox environment with Sentient Sausages cosplaying as TF2 characters, where the Red Hots do battle with the Blue Franks.”
Original article published June 10, 2019. Updated June 28.