It’s been a long wait, but we finally have a PSVR release date for Contagion VR: Outbreak.
Developer Monochrome just confirmed that the console version of its zombie shooter will be launching on November 12th. That’s next week! Not only that, but it’s a busy week for PSVR in general with the launch of The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets and Doctor Who: The Edge of Time.
Contagion VR has been in Early Access on PC since June 2018. It’s a first-person shooter (FPS) set in the same world as Monochrome’s original Contagion game. You play through different stories of survivors in a zombie outbreak. From there it’s pretty much your standard VR zombie fare; gun down hordes of the undead, using dual-wielding weapons, rifles, melee weapons and more.
Alongside the story-driven campaign Contagion also features a free roam mode in which you can attempt to survive the zombie apocalypse for as long as possible. It sounds like it could be a good place to scratch the zombie itch we all like to pretend we don’t have.
The PSVR version of the game will include support for the Move controllers and will also support the 3dRudder motion platform. Since its launch in Early Access last year, the PC version of the game has seen regular updates. No word yet on if this PSVR release will also mark the full launch of the PC version, or if there’s more content to come.
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