Are you an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive owner looking on with envy at the impending launch of PSVR exclusive, Firewall: Zero Hour? Well scowl no more, because Zero Killed looks like the perfect remedy to your jealousy.
The latest game from Ignibit, Zero Killed was first announced last year and is now gearing up for launch. It’s a 4 v 4 tactical shooter inspired by the likes of Counter-Strike and Rainbow Six: Siege (the same games that informed Firewall) in which you use motion controllers to realistically wield weapons and face off in one of four game modes. It’s set to launch in full next month, though a Closed Beta is coming before that and you can check out the new trailer below.
You can sign up to take part in that Beta here, though the developers will only be selecting a handful of players to get in for now.
In the game, you select from one of 10 different characters, each fitted with unique loadouts, and then take them into battle across Domination, Hunt, Tournament and Data Steal game modes. Three maps are included at launch, and players can move using smooth locomotion. Teammates can even pass ammunition between them and environments are destructible. On paper, then, it all sounds pretty promising. Could the increased number of modes even be enough to make it a Firewall beater?
Zero Killed launches on Rift and Vive in September with cross-player support and, yes, a PSVR version will be coming later down the line too.
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