The Strolling Deal: Saints & Sinners (2020), a VR sport primarily based on The Strolling Lifeless comedian e book sequence, had its justifiable share of success when it launched on PC VR headsets late final month. Now, it seems Skydance Interactive’s zombie-slaying thriller can add one other notch to the deal with of its bloody baseball bat.
Valve at present revealed a listing of its high 20 best-performing video games which had been launched in January 2020, and as luck would have it The Strolling Lifeless: Saints & Sinners finds itself amongst titles comparable to Warhammer Underworlds: On-line, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, and indie hit Not For Broadcast.
Take into account, Valve measures month-to-month high releases by income generated through the first two weeks after launch, and never total success through the month, which ostensibly helps put its rating system on extra even footing.
Valve additionally apparently doesn’t need to create an excessive amount of rivalry (and/or bragging rights amongst builders), because it lists the highest 20 by launch date and never relative monetary efficiency. Right here’s the total listing:
The Strolling Lifeless: Saints & Sinners has not solely garnered constructive person evaluations throughout each Steam and the Oculus Retailer, but additionally nabbed a convincing [9/10] in our full evaluation. In the event you’ve by no means performed earlier than, right here’s a fast abstract from our spoiler-free evaluation linked above:
The Strolling Lifeless: Saints & Sinners is a barely tuned-down RPG that’s simply begging to be larger in measurement, though it didn’t chunk off an excessive amount of in its quest to ship an engrossing story, glorious physics-based zombie killing motion, and an immersive environment that feels as gritty and lethal critical as The Strolling Lifeless comedian books.
Try the trailer beneath for a greater thought of what Saints & Sinners has to supply: