Price at Time Of Review: £12.99
Comfort Rating: Yellow
Size: 1.22 GB
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 70
Description: Warzone VR is a first-person VR shooter that features large maps, drivable vehicles, an arsenal of weapons and a progression system. The game has several modes, including Solo (free-for-all), Team, Roam and Practice (shooting range) where you can interact and play with all of the weapons in the game. It is built to play like a competitive multiplayer shooter but instead, with AI.
Take part in intense deathmatch or team deathmatch sessions to earn money, then use it to buy and create your favourite load-outs. You’ll be scored based on kills, team kills and deaths to evaluate your performance each match. Traverse desert landscapes and arctic blizzards as you fight alone or alongside a team of skilled soldiers against challenging opponents that will hone your reflexes and accuracy.
Review: Warzone VR is an odd bag of things that is for sure. With some of the biggest maps I have seen in a VR shooter there is a lot to explore and discover making it quite fun, in an exploratory sort of way. But this is no Firewall: Zero Hour killer, as there are no multiplayer options at all and the gameplay is very shallow with 2 large maps and no game modes, instructions or challenge to speak of. But you can still lose yourself in this game and for a short while it is fun, but I would definitely wait for a sale before making a purchase.