Skydance Interactive has unveiled the first full trailer for the survival horror VR game The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2: Retribution. The game is still leading our ‘Most Ridiculous Video Game Name’ category at our Game of the Year awards with two colons and hyphen.
The game features new sections of New Orleans to explore, new weapons and tools, new enemies, and will take 15-20 hours to complete. The game is set be released late 2022 on multiple VR formats, hopefully one of the will be PSVR 2.
Here’s more from the PR blurb.
The Walking Dead Redefined – Saints & Sinners wowed both fans and critics alike with its immersive take on The Walking Dead universe. Chapter 2: Retribution brings us even more action, more tension, more walkers, and more human stories to remind us all that we are just a few social barriers away from tearing one another apart for an extra day of survival.
Brutally Tactile Combat – Making use of anything you can safely scavenge before the herd comes down on you, then take on dangerous missions to find even greater rewards, finding and crafting the ultimate arsenal to take on threats both living and undead. There’s plenty of things in the world out to end you, but an even greater number of methods to survive your way.
Survival Evolved – With complex physics and feedback, players feel each lumbering swing of an axe, the rumble of gunfire during a firefight, and the desperate struggle as they throw grasping walkers off of them. Each new weapon found and new enemy to face is another opportunity for players to experience unique, gritty battles that can’t be found anywhere else.
An Ever Expanding Story – Resources have dwindled, a new terrifying threat stalks the streets, and the Tower pushes for even greater control of the city. Those exiled are trapped in the middle of it all. How will you shape the future of this city, what choices and consequences will you have to deal with as multiple targets are painted on your back? This is Chapter 2 of the Saints &Sinners story
Source: Press release