Ah, The Walking Dead. Some games have absolutely slayed at adapting the popular comic and TV series into games, others not so much, but one thing that is totally unique is taking to this universe by being immersed fully into it thanks to VR. For one of the best VR horror experiences of 2020, The Walking Dead Saints & Sinners game is available now! 

How to play The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners VR game

The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners game can be experienced a few different ways including the Oculus Rift, Rift S, the Oculus Quest via Link cable, the HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR.

We recently had a chance to get our hands on the game and while I fell off the bandwagon kind of early in terms of the TV show, the Saints & Sinners VR horror game was enough to rope me back into the fandom fold. From the Mortal Kombat-style beheadings to the executioner-style headshots, Saints & Sinners isn't just for Walking Dead die-hards, it's for anyone that's a fan of horror games, zombie experiences, or just those that need a little help loosening up those bowel movements because jump scares? Yeah, they're a thing. 

There are also tons of Easter eggs hidden without the VR game including nods to Telltale's Walking Dead experience, the AMC television series, and the original comics that spawned it all. Prima Games will have a full Easter egg guide in the coming week so if you're looking to see all of the love and care that went into the details of Saints & Sinners, definitely keep it tuned here! 

For more about The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners VR game, you can head over to the official VR Walking Dead website right here as well as a small blurb about the title below: 

"It has been years since the outbreak. The once-great city of New Orleans is now submerged in floodwater, surrounded by unending herds of walkers and torn apart by warfare between the remaining survivors. Explore this expansive world as you fight your way through humans and walkers, scavenge weapons and supplies, make brutal moral choices, and uncover a mystery that will determine the future for everyone left alive in NOLA."