During today’s PlayStation State of Play, Skydance Interactive and Skybound Entertainment revealed a new trailer for The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2: Retribution. The sequel was announced in January for PSVR, Meta Quest, and other PC VR platforms, and today’s State of Play confirmed that it will also be released on PSVR 2. The sequel will leverage hardware next generation in a number of exciting games. manners, including superior visuals, as well as haptic feedback support. Today’s trailer showcased the first, offering what looks like a big improvement over the previous game in the series.
The new State of Play trailer is available below.
The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners was a big hit when it released in 2020. The game made over $60 million in revenue, so the announcement of the sequel wasn’t too surprising. The game will once again put players in the role of the tourist, as they explore New Orleans. The trailer is narrated by Mama, confirming her survival at the end of the first game. This time around, players can expect a much larger pool of weapons, including the highly anticipated Chainsaw, which appears as part of the game’s logo. PlayStation BlogSkydance Interactive’s Alexander Eden says the weapons will allow players to dispatch walkers in ways not possible in the previous game.
“The physics-based combat and wide variety of weapons to interact with in Saints & Sinners have been one of its greatest strengths, and Chapter 2: Retribution aims to take tactile brutality even further. ‘Equipment you find will not simply be variations of already familiar weapons, but rather designed to provide unique methods of combat not previously available,’ Eden writes.
Fans plan to check it out The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2: Retribution via PSVR are in luck, as it will be released in 2022. However, those planning to check out the PlayStation 5 version will be waiting until 2023.
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