We wanted to reiterate that we’ve been reading and listening to all the community feedback. Thanks for all the messages you’ve been sending us! We wanted to acknowledge some early questions and concerns from the community, and let you know we are working on various bug fixes and improvements to the game.
Firewall Zero Hour takes place in a world where information is power and the leak of sensitive data can be used to influence world leaders, topple governments, and destabilize entire nations. One laptop full of data, falling into certain hands, can change the course of history.
Communication is a key element of team success, and you can easily stay connected to your teammates thanks to the PS VR headset’s directional audio with built-in mic. As an Attacker, you’ll want to organize a plan of attack with your teammates, call out enemy traps or locations when you spot them, and of course shout out when you’re down and need a teammate to revive you.
We know our fans have been chomping at the bit for more Firewall Zero Hour news, and we’re excited to share some juicy tidbits with you today. Below, we introduce the first two videos in a series we call Firewall Zero Hour 101.
For those not up-to-speed, Firewall Zero Hour is our 4v4 team-based tactical PS VR shooter where players must use teamwork, strategy and an arsenal of equipment to either acquire or protect a cache of sensitive data.
Firewall Zero Hour is a 4v4 team-based tactical VR shooter where players must use teamwork, strategy and an arsenal of equipment to either acquire or protect a cache of sensitive data.
In Firewall Zero Hour, two teams of mercenaries (Attackers and Defenders) are hired by anonymous contract handlers to either protect or obtain the data, housed in a laptop located in exotic locations across the globe.
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