‘Firewall Zero Hour’ Tops PSVR’s List for Most Downloaded Game in September

Tactical team shooter Firewall Zero Hour (2018) took the top spot again as the most downloaded PSVR game last month.

Hailing from ROM: Extraction (2016) developers First Contact Entertainment, Firewall Zero Hour launched on August 28th, giving it only four days to vault to the top spot in August, where it surpassed long-time chart toppers Job Simulator (2016), SUPERHOT VR (2016), and Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality (2017).
Firewall Zero Hour, a PSVR exclusive, garnered a solid [7.9/10] in our review, owing to its immersive use of the PS Aim controller, excellent team play mechanics, and strong gunplay.
Now with more than a whole month under its belt, Firewall Zero Hour is still seeing active updates too, with a DLC pack headed to the PlayStation Store starting October 16th, which includes new items and skins to customize your character and weapons.
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Survios’ Creed: Rise to Glory (2018) has done quite well for itself too, as the arcade boxing game was released on September 25th, giving it only five days to bypass Moss (2018), Rick and Morty VR, and Job Simulator.
The studio’s other recently released VR app, Electronauts (2018), unfortunately slid off the charts in September only after two months from release. While the music-making jamfest isn’t for everyone, it certainly rug a bell with us, as we gave it a respectable [9/10] in our full review.
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