‘The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners’ Launches on PSVR, Quest Version Expected in Q4


Skydance Interactive’s latest VR title, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, is available on PSVR as of today.

VR zombie survival game The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners launched on PC VR headsets in early 2020 and has garnered considerable praise, including earning a 9 out of 10 in our Road to VR review, defining itself as one of the best zombie survival VR games to date.

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The game’s looting, shooting, crafting, and melee gameplay comes to PSVR today and Skydance Interactive has thrown together a new trailer for the occasion which shows off the game’s brutal physics-driven melee combat.

The game is available digitally at the PlayStation Store in two versions, the Standard Edition ($40) and the Tourist Edition ($50), the latter comes with a few exclusive in-game weapons: ‘The Sheriff’ revolver, ‘The Judge’ bat, and the National Guard Knife, as well as a set of “collectible” voodoo dolls.

Cas & Chary Present: 'The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners' Gameplay Overview

The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners is also due to launch on Oculus Quest later this year with a Q4 2020 release date expected by Skydance.

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  • Alex

    Nice, the Quest version might be cool (although with lesser graphics), but for my part, by the time it comes out on Quest, I’ll probably have a new PC just for VR, so I’ll probably get it on Steam anyway and play it via Virtual Desktop or else.

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  • Amazing… this is one of the best games of the year, it’s good that the big number of people owning a PSVR can now play it