The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners Platforms Detailed as Pre-Orders Open

The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners Platforms Detailed as Pre-Orders Open

The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners: Tourist Edition and Tower Edition were also unveiled by Skydance Interactive

The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners will release in just over a month. That being said, a lot of specifics regarding its launch were still up in the air, so Skydance Interactive clarified most of them today. This includes details on pricing, the various versions of The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners that will be available, and what platforms it will be available on.

At launch, three versions of the game will be available. The base version of the game will cost $39.99 and those who pre-order will get a special revolver called The Sheriff. Digitally, if you’re willing to spend a little more, you can get the Tourist Edition of the game for $49.99 and receive multiple crafting recipes for weapons and some “bustomization” voodoo dolls. Finally, The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners Tower Edition is a physical collector’s edition only available via the game’s website for $149.99. It comes with everything from the Tourist Edition plus a reversible backpack, a magnetic camping lantern, some concept art, a postcard, a set of collector’s pins, one of two special coins, and a 16BG literal “thumb” drive.

No matter what version of this VR game you get, you probably want to know when are where you will be able to play. On January 23, The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners will launch for HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Oculus Rift S. You can technically play it on Oculus Quest on that day too, but you will need a powerful computer and link cable. In Spring 2020, a PlayStation VR version will be released alongside a free theme. During Q4 2020, Skydance Interactive will put out a version of Saints and Sinners made specifically for Oculus Quest.

To celebrate the fact that pre-orders have opened, a new trailer for the game was released. You can watch it below. If you want to know what DualShockers thinks of Skydance Interactive’s upcoming VR zombie game, you can read our preview from earlier this year.