Developers Dark Curry have been hard at work on their VR game Undead Citadel for at least a few years it seems. Yesterday, the Barcelona, Spain-based developers announced the official release date of Undead Citadel for Steam VR. And the good news for PS VR2 owners is that they said it will be coming to PlayStation VR2 soon.
Unfortunately, Dark Curry didn’t give a specific release date for the PS VR2 version of their action game. But “soon” probably means at least before the end of the year.
What makes Undead Citadel special is just how great the game looks. The close-range combat also looks absolutely amazing. Check out this video below from Gamertag VR.
Undead Citadel Story & Features
The main story of Undead CItadel sees you play as a Soldier of fortune called Sir Anvil Capheus. One day, during a storm, Sir Anvil discovers a massive Citadel – you might not die today after all. Armed with a sword, some other weapons and consumables you can collect, you need to overcome hordes of monsters lurking in the shadows.
Check out these game features that Undead CItadel has.
- Innovative 100% physics-based combat engine that prioritizes unobtrusive interaction with objects and characters.
- ● Smash or cut your enemies down with over 60+ different close combat weapons with real-life movements: swords, axes, warhammers, maces, shields, longswords or even your own hands.
- Take the undead down with ranged weaponry like bow and arrows, or blow them up with powerful explosives.
- Engage against dozens of different close combat, ranged or heavily armoured enemy types.
- Find and use slow motion, strength, invulnerability or freeze magic potions to mutate your power and obliterate the dead ones.
- Full-size campaign: find your way through a huge apocalyptic fantasy environment, with 10+ levels to explore, including exterior and interior scenery.
- Horde mode: Survive through endless armies of foes and reach the top leaderboards.
- Solve a variety of puzzles to advance through the single-player experience.
- Armoury: Collect all the weapons you acquire from the other modes in your armoury and test your weapons in this sandbox mode
Undead Citadel certainly looks and sounds like it might be pretty popular when it eventually makes its way onto PS VR2. We’ll keep you posted about more Undead Citadel PS VR2 news as we get it.
Source: Press Release/Reddit