Studio Behind ‘Rom: Extraction’ Announces Tactical Multiplayer FPS ‘Firewall Zero Hour’ for PSVR

Firewall Zero Hour is an upcoming team-based, tactical multiplayer FPS for PlayStation VR from First Contact Entertainment, the makers of Rom: Extraction (2016). The game, which pits two teams of mercenaries against each other in objective-based attack/defend missions, is coming exclusively to PlayStation VR in 2018.

Revealed on stage at PlayStation Experience 2017, the multiplayer shooter features 4v4 matches using either the DualShock 4 controller or PS Aim. No mention was made of PS Move support. PlayStation Plus will be required for multiplayer.

In a PlayStation US blogpost, the studios says Firewall Zero Hour puts “heavy emphasis on organized, tactical firefights, team communication, and realistic pacing.”

image courtesy First Contact Entertainment

Attackers are tasked with bypassing the firewall access points, locating the laptop, and hacking it. Defenders are tasked with making sure none of that happens (preferably with bullets).

The studio says there will be an “arsenal of modern weapons and offensive/defensive equipment to help their team and hinder the other.” At the end of the contracts/matches, players are rewarded with currency and experience points that can be used to upgrade contractors, weapons, equipment, load-outs and cosmetic items.

Check out the game’s PSX 2017 reveal below:

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