The Walking Dead is an episodic adventure video game created and released by Telltale Games, also known as The Walking Dead: The Game and later The Walking Dead: Season One. It is the first game of the four-season series, which also has a Michonne-based spin-off. Five episodes of the video game, which is based on the The Walking Dead comic book series, were released between April and November 2012. It is compatible with the following platforms: Nintendo Switch, Android, iOS, Kindle Fire HDX, Windows, Mac OS X, Ouya, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 1. The first title in Telltale’s The Walking Dead video game franchise.
Walking Dead PS5 Release Date!
On December 1, 2022, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2: Retribution will be available on Meta Quest 2 and PlayStation VR.
The beginning of the trailer, which is less than a minute long, indicates that the player is once again referred to as the “Tourist.” The game’s grenade launcher, assault rifle, close-combat pair of knuckle blades, and even a chainsaw are all seen off in the trailer. Wherever the Tourist walks, death ain’t far behind, the trailer’s menacing narration warns viewers, and the footage clearly demonstrates this by featuring numerous walkers and tools for eliminating them. It was announced in January of this year that The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2: Retribution would be released in less than two months.
Since the PlayStation VR2 has not yet been released, it is probably safe to assume that the release date for that version of the game has not been disclosed. 2022 was a year full of game delays, with Skull and Bones being postponed until March 2023, for example. However, PlayStation VR and Meta Quest 2 VR game players will have something to hope for this holiday season.
Can we play with a Controller?
Saints & Sinners is a melee-action-focused survival game, so you presumably have some notion of how it will play given that you can’t use a DualShock 4 controller.
Saints & Sinners’ gameplay, which is crazily intricate in every way, must be its main draw. To walk or run, press down one of the buttons on your left PSVR Move Controller. A useful feature for seated play is the ability to squat while the surrounding buttons turn your character around using the same button on the right controller. However, I strongly advise standing-play because it feels much more involved and “genuine” if you’re truly standing up in the middle of a shambling zombie horde. It’s astonishing to say the least that Skydance created this game exclusively for PSVR because the Move controllers are so delicate.
You can check the above youtube video to enjoy the gameplay of Walking dead: saints and sinners.