Drop Dead: Cabina zombie VR shooter from the developer and publisher Spirit Societyrelease him Mines and patterns Updated with a gameplay overview. The update includes Clay Mines as a new area, more weapons, and new difficulty levels.
Drop Dead: Cabin It was launched last February and is now available on Meta Quest. You can watch complete Mines and patterns Update trailer on Drop Dead VR YouTube channel:
Mines proves to be a completely recognizable new territory, creating another kind of claustrophobic that keeps pace and feels loudly themed. Dilapidated wood, winding wagon tracks, and narrow tunnels create a natural sense of danger. Small details like crystals and mushrooms add a touch of mystery and color.
Fortunately, mines are accompanied by two new weapons that are designed to join them. Uzi seems to be more of a last resort, and is sure to burn through ammo pretty quickly. But while mines guide enemies through various choke points, a sudden blast from the Uzi River should help clear out the small clusters.
Next, the gun balances that out by providing the opposite. It’s powerful enough for a single hit, but rewards for careful shooting. The two weapons together are the classic long-range loadout, which should allow skilled players to keep zombies at bay in the mines.
Drop Dead: Cabin It only came out a couple of months ago, so it seems unlikely that casual players will actually master the game. It feels like an arcade experience, where you hop in with a friend to have some fun. But the Nightmare and Hardcore difficulty levels are sure to interest shooter fans who need something more to keep interest.
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