Skydance Interactive, the studio behind The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners, revealed their next VR game Behemoth is being delayed by a year, now slated to arrive on all major headsets in late 2024.

The studio confirmed the delay with UploadVR, also noting that the game now has a new name: Skydance’s Behemoth.

First revealed at Meta Connect 2022 this time last year, the upcoming VR adventure puts you in what the studio calls a “plague-ravished wasteland of a once glorious empire, where its inhabitants are driven mad and cities have fallen to ruin.” In the story-driven campaign, you combat towering giants called Behemoths.

Image courtesy Skydance Interactive

The studio also released a single work-in-progress image of the game (above), which more clearly shows one of the titular behemoths.

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Behemoth is coming to Quest (presumably 2/3/Pro), PSVR 2, and PC VR sometime in late 2024. Meanwhile, we’re curious to see just how gameplay stacks up to the studio’s other skull-splitting adventure, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners.

Check out the cinematic trailer below, released in late 2022.

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  • ViRGiN

    1 year. That’s just great. Announcing games waaaay before they have anything solid. Cool..

  • Andrew Jakobs

    Maybe they just want to wait until more new headsets are on the market for a longer time, like the Quest 3, but also the Pico 5, and perhaps the AVP, and maybe they know something more about a Valve headset. I’ll bet they will earn more money when they release it on all headsets at the same time, compared to a trickled release per headset.

    • CrusaderCaracal

      Yap

  • Ookami

    Honestly, they should take their time. I’m willing to wait if that means a better game. And boy does this game look like it could be something really cool.