First Contact Entertainment today announced that Firewall Zero Hour (2018), the studio’s PSVR team shooter, is getting a new map just in time for Christmas.

The game’s third DLC will feature ‘Containment’, a free map set in an infectious disease lab in the remote hills of Greenland. The DLC is set to drop tomorrow, December 18th; the addition of Containment brings Firewall Zero Hour’s map count up to 10 maps.

Along with it comes a number of new paid items such as skins, trinkets, and patches.

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Other updates include:

  • Addition of implementation to deal with idle (“AFK”) players
  • Addition of ability to speak with your teammates during loading screens
  • Addition of Contractor eye movement in the lobby

First Contact Entertainment says in a PlayStation Blog post that updates since launch have improved things including matchmaking wait times, squad matchmaking capabilities, weapon offset options, and anti-aliasing options for PS4 Pro.

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  • Patrick McKee

    It would be great if Roadtovr had an option we could click to view only PC VR News and or PSVR news. I can tell you most don’t own both. Just an idea.

    • gothicvillas

      You don’t have both?? You are missing out big time

      • Patrick McKee

        Which do you prefer, and play more of? Just curious. I get PSVR probably has some awesome exclusive titles, but ImI just not that into consoles and technically Vive is def a great experience.

        • jj

          i feel like gothic is being sarcastic without adding the /s

          because you surely are not missing out otherwise that would indicate theyre completely different experiences and theyre not.

    • Downvote King

      Never thought of it before, but different sorting of articles by platform could be great.Even between Rift and Vive on the PC side could be useful. Personally I own a PSVR and Gear VR; sorting between any platform could be useful. You would still want to have a stream for all news of course, as a lot of the articles wouldn’t even sort into platforms that are currently available for purchase, and many would be one-off highlights.

      • Patrick McKee

        Yeah it would be very useful. So default show everything, but also have a link or place we can shortcut, specific groups, I for would personally mainly view the PC Vive news, but I would still look at everything to stay up to date on tech and what other platforms are doing.

    • antonio mora

      That would be very useful, I second this motion, PSVR section would be the biggest one that’s for sure.

  • Patrick McKee

    No but the option to view news that is more relevant, based off whatever a user has!!!!