The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners brings the realm of the undead into virtual reality. Players can fight off hordes of zombies while making decisions that affect everyone else. The Walking Dead: The Great Humane Chapter Two: Retribution, the sequel, has previously been revealed for other VR headsets, but it will be compatible with both PlayStation VR and PlayStation VR.
It’s currently set for release in 2022, although that doesn’t rule out a release this year. The first episode of Holy Man and Morseous became the most popular PS VR game during its first month of availability.
It was hailed for its unusual action and storytelling throughout the film. In the Telltale film, the torch was passed on from the original saga. The Revue began filming in the fourth quarter of this year and will premiere later this year featuring haptic feedback.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Chapter 2: Retribution
The first episode of Saints & Sinners was the most downloaded PS VR game during its first month of release. It was praised for its distinctive action and plot, and it carried on the franchise’s legacy from the popular Telltale adaptation. Retribution was revealed earlier this year for PC VR, and it will be available on the PS VR2 with haptic feedback and better visuals.
With its immersive, survival-focused story campaign, action-packed wave-based Trial mode, and end-game story expansion Aftershocks, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners has become a much-loved PSVR title in the years following its release.
We’re excited to announce the second chapter in the story of the Tourist, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2: Retribution, which will be accessible for PS VR (system available now) and PS VR2 two years after its original release (system currently in development).
But what does Saints & Sinners’ “Chapter 2” title truly mean? Retribution is a true sequel to the first game, with an entirely new story campaign, new maps to explore, new weapons and tools, and entirely new challenges.
While we’ll have to leave many surprises for later in the year, we’ll go through some of the significant differences you can expect in Retribution, which will make it a worthy sequel and continuation of the framework laid in Saints & Sinners.
The PlayStation event showcased a slew of horror games, including the long-awaited Resident Evil 4 Remake, which will be released next year on PlayStation 5.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners was released in 2020 on a variety of VR platforms, and it quickly gained a cult following. Games based on the comics and television series of the same name are generally regarded as a mixed bag, with the narrative-driven Walking Dead series from Telltale Games receiving high praise in comparison to other games based on the IP, such as the critically panned 2013 FPS The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, which focused on fan favorite character Daryl Dixon.
Saints & Sinners is set in The Walking Dead universe, as indicated by the title, albeit it is not set in Georgia like the popular AMC television series or Telltale Games’ award-winning adventure games. Instead, Saints & Sinners places players in the ruins of New Orleans, where feuding clans and other conflicts are just as deadly to human existence as the shambling dead.
The game received positive reviews at its initial release and continues to be a showcase for compelling virtual reality experiences. It’s no surprise that Saints & Sinners continues to receive post-launch upgrades, given its remarkable success. Another major content release is now in the works.
Skybound Interactive has released Chapter 2: Retribution, a standalone experience that continues the tale of The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, to commemorate the second anniversary of the game. Players who return to the Tourist position in Chapter 2 can expect to fight for their lives once more in New Orleans, where new characters and threats are sure to appear.
New options will also be introduced, allowing Saints & Sinners players to make “heartbreaking” decisions that will eventually influence the fate of the Tourist. Much about the impending content is yet unknown, other than the two pieces of non-gory and gruesome key art below, however additional information should be available later this year.