The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners looks fantastic from what I’ve seen so far, but the question that has been on the lips from everyone at Pure PlayStation is: Will it be on PSVR?
The answer is yes, though it’ll be released sometime after the initial release on PCVR headsets, specifically, Q1 2020. That puts it around Springtime of next year.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners places you in the world of The Walking Dead where you’re given the choice to act as you want, though there are consequences to your actions. You can negotiate with other survivors, or simply blow their brains out of their heads. Doing the latter will make you no friends while using negotiation will give you an easier time and potential rewards.
While there isn’t a set-in-stone release date for the PSVR version, and pre-orders are only open for the PCVR release at this time, we do know the price: $39.99. Plus, there will be a free theme coming to the PlayStation Store in the coming weeks, so that’s a nice touch.
“Are you a saint or a sinner? You’re not alone in this new, broken world. On your journey, you’ll encounter desperate survivors and factions trying to make it day by day while being ravaged by violence, disease, famine, and the Walkers. Whether you work together and fend for yourself, your choices will have meaning and consequences for both you and the world around you.”
- Cut down both the dead and the living with an arsenal of melee, ranged and makeshift weapons, all physics-based objects you can realistically wield.
- Knock walker heads clear off and rip out weapons impaled in their skulls.
- Creep through ruined streets and creole mansions to scavenge for supplies and secrets.
- Scale the sides of buildings, cars, and walls to ambush enemies from above or make a quick escape.
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Chris has been writing about gaming news for far too long, and now he’s doing it even more. A true PlayStation know-it-all, Chris has owned just about every Sony console that ever existed. Trophies are like crack to this fella. (Bronze trophies, that is – he only has one Platinum.)