Bloody Zombies on the way to rock on Play Station 4 and Play Station VR

England based VR publisher nDreams and developer Paw print games, an independent development studio based in Chester, UK, are bringing Bloody Zombies, a brand new co-op brawler, to PlayStation 4, PlayStation VR, Xbox One, PC, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive later this year. Paw print Games co-founder and director Antony white is quite excited about finally making an announcement of the game they have been working on. The game will be playable both with and without VR, as the game is designed to be played with any combination of TV and VR players online or locally, accessibility to the game will not be limited by your hardware.




In the game you fight across the ruins of London, where the city has fallen to the undead and has left with four lone survivors of massive zombie outbreak: Teller, Rei, Mick, and Eddie. These four will form an alliance to save the day and fight with the ones who will come in their way. “There are loads of deadly zombies and bosses, who will use claws, self-destruct, and will throw deadly weapons to tear you apart. In order to tackle with them, you’ll have to change your ways, modify your character’s skills, to conquer attackers and saving yourself! It’s not only you have to survive, it’s a competition which you have to won. As you accompany your companion to power through levels, you’ll be going head-to-head with players around the world to put up a high score for each stage.




Bloody Zombies when played with VR, allows for a unique viewpoint to help the team overcome hurdles and explore secrets in the game. It supports play of 1-4 players. You will fight the zombies using freeform combat, weapons, unlock able special moves, and chainable combos. Also, the most exciting part of the Bloody Zombies is the fact that it can be played in virtual reality. If you own the PlayStation VR headset you can have the immersive experience with the game, enhanced with the feature specifically designed for the VR player. There are not any announcements about PS4 pro support, but it is in air that it’s something the team at Paw Print Games in looking into. Will soon update you as more come on it, so just stay tuned with VR news and channel for more excitement yet to relish.



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