After a 12 months of success and large gross sales, Skydance Interactive remains to be not executed with The Strolling Lifeless: Saints & Sinners. Studio head Chris Busse instructed us in an interview this week that there’s nonetheless “extra within the works” for the zombie apocalypse motion sport and gamers “received’t have to attend lengthy” to seek out out extra.
We spoke to Busse earlier this week about The Strolling Lifeless: Saints & Sinners, the not too long ago launched Trial replace for Oculus Quest, and what it’s been like engaged on such a widely known licensed property in VR. Naturally, the dialog drifted in direction of future plans greater than as soon as.
Now that The Strolling Lifeless: Saints & Sinners has platform parity, which means the entire updates have been deployed to all three variations of the sport (PC VR, PSVR, and Quest) it ought to theoretically be simpler and quicker to iterate and create extra new content material.
No less than, that’s what I used to be assuming — so I requested Busse about it.
“Completely,” says Busse. “We actually have extra within the works, however we’re not ready to announce something but. We’re engaged on extra stuff, we’re not executed with Saints & Sinners, for certain…right here’s what I can inform you: keep tuned. You don’t have lengthy to attend.”
From the sounds of it, that is probably both extra replayable DLC content material just like The Trial’s new wave-based survival mode, or is precise story DLC. I believe most followers of Saints & Sinners would like to pay a small charge for the latter choice if they might choose.
The massive, apparent want would after all be co-op of some sort, however that sounds unlikely based mostly on the response I obtained to the subject.
“Is [multiplayer] for certain not going to occur in Saints & Sinners? No,” says Busse. “However I wouldn’t need folks excited and expectant, as a result of it’s not instantly about to occur…we need to seize that, however technologically it’s not trivial so it’s a balancing act.”
I obtained the sense from the dialog that there’ll probably be a follow-up to Saints & Sinners of some sort that will embrace multiplayer help. If you happen to recall, Archangel was a linear single-player mech fight sport, however then Archangel: Hellfire targeted solely on PvP multiplayer. Perhaps they’ll do one thing related right here or simply put it aside for a full-fledged sequel. I’d love for one thing like State of Decay in VR with co-op base constructing and provide runs.
Tell us what you’d need from future updates and/or DLC down within the feedback beneath and skim or watch our full The Strolling Lifeless: Saints & Sinners assessment for more information.
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