Skydance Interactive released this Thursday (16) a new trailer for The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners for PSVR 2. It also comes to Sony headphones. The update to the first game brings improved lighting, scenery, gameplay, and animations and offers the player an even more immersive experience.
The title launched in 2020 for PSVR and will receive a major update for PSVR 2. the upgrade costs US$10, but it will be free for those who have the ‘Tourist edition’ of the first game.
The trailer released by Skydance shows the environment differences obtained with the PSVR 2 hardware. More detailed environments, more precise animations and a significant improvement in terms of lighting. Unfortunately, the update will not be free for everyone and it will be up to the player to decide if the title is worth investing in.
The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners 2
The second title in the series will also launch for PSVR 2 on March 21, the same day as the PSVR 2 update for the first title. The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners 2, is titled Chapter 2: Retributionwith a release date for other VR headsets in December 2022.
The second game brings a similar experience to the first game, with more innovations in terms of exploration. According to the description of the game, the player will have to fight against enemies willing to cut him to pieces. “Fight with everything you’ve got or run for your life! Explore new New Orleans locations with all the items, quests, and all the walkers you could ever want. Explore the city at night! More loot, more undead, and more! adventure opportunities on every map.”
For those who have PSVR 2 and have enjoyed the VR mode of Resident Evil Village, both The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners games are a good option to continue killing and slaughtering monsters, without any regrets.
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