Honor and Duty D-Day's beta was interesting, it was fun being able to shoot your primary weapon and when you were out of ammo physically grab your sidearm and shoot with that, sure it was quicker to just press a button and switch to your sidearm but it was less fun.
UPDATE, update 1.03 fixes matchmaking, its easy to find a game now, highly recommended.
Tactical vr shooter or waiting room simulator.
Heres one of my matches, i didnt do much, i placed a mine abd saved the day, that counts doesnt it?
I havent played Akan wake, its on my pile of shame, maybe its time i give it a shot.
How long to beat says 11 hours for the main game, can i put Firewall zero down for 11 hours? Only time will tell.
Whilst Firewall zero hour is a brilliant vr fps it wasnt the first, Honor and Duty: Arcade Edition received a vr patch, it has low budget graphics but also a low budget price, irs only $3.49, its currently $2.79 for ps plus subscribers and its been as low as $0.97 (US).
A vr fps with aim support for $0.97 was hard to resist, i enjoyed the games i played.
Now a sequel called Honor and duty: D Day is having an open beta on September 18th, the game is built from the ground up for vr rather than an after thought, it will include vehicles and an interesting combination of aim, move and ds4 controller schemes.
The first psvr fps was the world war toons beta, which we are still waiting for a full release.
Lets see how this open beta goes.