The frequent VR launch since past few years, Hollywood seems to make its way for gaming in Virtual Reality. Hence now, The Walking Dead has stepped ahead and coming up with an entire series of virtual reality games.
The production company, Skybound Entertainment’s co-founder by c creator Robert Kirkman, announced the partnering news with Skydance Interactive. The partnership will produce the titles for the VR series.
The partnership will produce the titles for the VR series.
The audiences have earlier experienced the story of Rick Grimes, that appeared in comic series and as well as AMC television show. But here’s the new the first VR is going to focus on an entirely new set of characters of The Walking Dead.
But here’s the new the first VR is going to focus on an entirely new set of characters of The Walking Dead.
It is still not clear whether the VR game is going to bring familiar characters of the comic. To this Skybound Interactive president, Dan Murray stated that Kirkman’s comic will remain the primary and first inspiration.
This gives hope to fans put there waiting desperately.
The project release date is not yet seen and other specifications are hidden yet. But the combined set of both the companies has said that players are going to experience the world of The Walking Dead first. The experience will be an innovative contextual interaction system.
The experience will be an innovative contextual interaction system.
Te sounds are vague and undesirably jargony but it what it is. But Skybound is desperate to think ahead when the digitals platforms are to be explored.
A YouTube Red series Scare PewDiePie is produced by the company and it is also on work on VR adaptation of horror play delusion.
Just recently Skybound showed off a film at Overlook Film Festiva named Captured. The film actually uses an app to provide additional information to the audience while they watch a movie in real time.
And Similarly, The Walking Deas itself sets a perfect run for its interactive Telltale game series in particular.
Showing off the upcoming title Archangel as a part of IMAX’s new offerings for VR arcades, Skydance Interactive is already working on Virtual Reality. The title will be consoled this July.
The news for The Walking Dead games being a part of Skydance’s partnership with IMAX is not clear yet. Though such high-profile, property-based title can be perfect for kind of VR installations IMAX is in search of.
The benefits of something widely popular like The Walking Dead will be a headset adoption amongst the consumers for Virtual Reality. That is why it is potentially encouraged, obviously.