Sairento VR, the VR ninja action game, will be slashing its way onto PSVR in the near future, according to one of the game’s developers.
One of the developers, Aldric Chang, revealed the intended Sairento PSVR release date over on the PSVR subreddit. The aimed release date is May 3rd, 2019. The developer states that while it is not quite 100% confirmed, it is “more or less fixed” for this date. The developer also confirmed that a physical edition of the game will also be released, so if you’re a collector looking to expand your library, here’s another one to add to the pile.
He also goes on to answer a few questions from eager fans, one of whom asked if the game would have support for the 3dRudder movement controller that was announced for PSVR early last month. The answer is ‘yes’, though no other details were given. I’d assume it would work much like how it does on the PC version of Sairento.
For those who aren’t aware, the 3dRudder controller is a foot-activated controller that will be releasing in April, 2019. You can read more about the 3dRudder controller through here.
Sairento has been out on PC since February, 2018, and has been positively reviewed by a number of outlets, as well as receiving high praise from players.
Sairento is an action game set in a futuristic Tokyo where you play the role of a deadly cyber ninja. You spend your time jumping around, running along walls, and flipping along as ninjas are known to do. You also kill enemies with a variety of weapons including katanas, guns, bows, and more. It looks proper mental and I can definitely see myself gleefully vomiting while playing this game.
Bear in mind that while the developer has said that the game is targeting a May 3rd, 2019 release, it could easily change. Let’s all cross our PS Move wands and hope it doesn’t…
Source 2: Reddit
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