This Post-Apocalyptic Shooter Is Coming to PSVR Fall 2019 First-ever gameplay footage of After the Fall revealed at Sony PlayStation’s State Of Play

Rotterdam (NL), September 24, 2019 – Vertigo Games, the VR game studio behind the platinum-selling VR zombie shooter Arizona Sunshine, revealed the first-ever gameplay footage for the shared-world VR action FPS After the Fall™ at Sony Interactive Entertainment’s State of Play. Scheduled to launch in 2020 on PCVR, and now also announced for PSVR, After the Fall combines an unprecedented shared-world for VR players around the globe, a cinematic and atmospheric campaign, action-packed gameplay for both solo and multiplayer gamers, and epic endgame built from the ground up for VR.

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The new trailer reveals the post-apocalyptic remains of an alternate 1980’s Los Angeles where hell has frozen over. This is a result of experimental designer drugs gone wrong, giving birth to a new ice age and the creation of menacing, once-human creatures called Snowbreed. Twenty years later the world has turned into an arctic, hostile wasteland. To read more about After the Fall’s story background, please visit the PlayStation.Blog

After the Fall offers a cinematic campaign and seamless multiplayer experience, built from the ground up for VR. The shared-world action FPS with RPG elements lets players scavenge the ruins of the 80’s civilization, utilizing what they find to craft an arsenal of guns and close-combat weapons, allowing them to experiment and play around with different combat styles. Players wield devastating powers with real-life movements in a raging fight for survival against the forces of nature and the wretched Snowbreed.

For more news about After the Fall and to register for a chance at beta access, please visit afterthefall-vr.com, find us on Facebook and Twitter, and wishlist the game on the PlayStation Store, Oculus Store or Steam.

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