Are you ready for the continuation of this spooky adventure?

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For fans of virtual reality survival game The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners, there is reason to rejoice, as this exciting game will have brand new content titled Replicas coming next month. And best of all, it’s completely free!

Skydance Interactive shared the news that the acclaimed The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners you will get the new Replicas The 23th of September. Saints and sinners was developed in association with Skybound Entertainment, and became revolutionary in The Walking Dead franchise as a choice-based virtual reality survival horror game in which, for the first time, the player plays themselves, struggling to survive in a world where both the living and the dead threaten their survival.

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The Replicas will take players back to New Orleans, a city now invaded by the undead. It will feature some of the basic elements of the main game, such as scavenging for food and materials, crafting weapons and tools, fighting the living and the dead, and making tough moral choices that are sure to fill your veins with adrenaline.

This new update will allow players to have access to hours of new content, with new missions, new collectibles and tools to use to survive in this post-apocalyptic city. All of this content will be available to players who have completed the main story of Saints and sinners.

The Replicas will be released on September 23rd and the full edition of The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners is available to buy on the Oculus Quest platform for $ 39.99. It is also available for purchase on the game’s official website, for PCVR via Steam or Viveport, or for PSVR via the PlayStation Store. Watch the trailer for Replicas below.

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