The Walking Dead: Saints And Sinners Gets 20 Minutes Of Gameplay In New Video

The video focuses on exploration.

Posted By | On 25th, Jan. 2020

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We’re getting a return to the world of The Walking Dead in an all new game built for VR. The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners promises all the things we’ve come to expect from the franchise: zombies, more zombies, and a lot of survivors who find themselves in worse and worse situations. Now you can get a pretty good look at the game’s exploration and environments with a new lengthy gameplay video.

Via IGN, we get to see 20 full minutes of uninterrupted gameplay for the first person title. If you were hoping for some zombie killing action, well, it’s pretty light on that aspect. Instead, it focuses on the exploration, environments, and interaction with an NPC as the player does a quest. We also get to see the somewhat shocking end to it, which you can root for if you decide you’re more saint than sinner.

The Waling Dead: Saints and Sinners is available now for PC and multiple compatible VR headsets. It will release sometime later this year for PS4 and PS VR.


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