PSVR Game Sairento VR Is Getting A Physical Release Soon
Sairento VR released on PSVR some months ago and now it is set to get the physical release on August 13! Sairento VR is one of the more in-depth VR games to be released as it features both sword and gun gameplay mixed with some great platforming. Sairento VR first arrived on PC back in 2018 where it has become one of the highest-rated VR game till now! Sairento VR’s physical edition is now available to pre-order now through several retail outlets which include Amazon, Best Buy and GameStop.
The PSVR version of the game includes the following features.
Single Player Campaign Mode – Players looking to skirt the shadows solo can delve into the full single-player campaign, tasked with identifying the root of corruption within the Silent Ones organization. To find the truth, they must face off against mutated samurais, devious ninjas, creepy robot geishas and hulking sumo wrestlers.
Single- or Multiplayer Challenge Modes – In addition to a single-player campaign and challenge modes, Sairento offers a standalone mission mode that can be tackled solo or cooperatively with another player.
Action Hero Prowess – With the ability to slow time down, players can perform the artistic executions of their choice to become the ultimate ninja badass. In addition to the range of combat choices, players can perform a wide range of acrobatics, leaping 15 feet into the air, doing double jumps, running on walls and sliding across the floor to outmaneuver enemies.
Fully Loaded Arsenal – Including all base game weapons and the “Sairento VR – Weapons Pack” DLC from the PC version, the physical edition offers a variety of armaments for players to adapt their tactics to best suit their own style. Katanas, guns, bows, kunais and throwing glaives can all be enhanced with relics to equip the player as they contend against the ever-present cyber ninja threat. And really, anything can become a projectile weapon with the right modifications.
Sairento VR looks intensely cool and I can’t wait to get a physical copy! With the quantity of movement involved it will be exciting to see how well it works with PSVR and its more limited camera compared to the one found on PC. Check out the trailer below.