It might be time to put Firewall on pause for a bit; another PlayStation VR (PSVR) multiplayer shooter is getting an open beta next week.
Strange Games’ Honor and Duty: D-Day, a World War II-era shooter, will have a free testing session in both the US and EU starting September 18th. The developer also explained that the beta will take place in phases, with the first including vehicles. Later phases will add more features.
Honor and Duty: D-Day can only be played without a VR headset, suggesting this could be a multiplayer game that VR fans won’t struggle to find games in. On PSVR, though, it can be played with the excellent Aim Controller, which should provide a more immersive experience. There’s plenty of VR footage on the game’s YouTube channel; it definitely doesn’t have the polish of Firewall, but hopefully the mechanics can make up for that.
There’s no word yet on when the full game might launch.
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