Zombie Shooter After The Fall Delayed Into Late 2021

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Vertigo Games has announced that upcoming zombie VR shooter After The Fall has been delayed into 2022. Originally planned for release on PSVR, Oculus Quest 2, and PC VR this summer, this four player co-op experience will now launch "later this year."

Outlining this new delay within a tweet, Vertigo Games didn't announce a specific release window, though they revealed they'll be separately launching After The Fall for the original Oculus Quest in 2022.


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Zombie Shooter After The Fall Delayed Into 2022

Releasing a full statement via a developer update, Vertigo Games stressed this is their "most ambitious VR title to date", stating:

After the Fall is our most ambitious VR title to date, developed from the ground up for three widely divergent VR gaming platforms. Under the hood, our team has extensively worked on developing the necessary infrastructure to ensure that you can experience the game together seamlessly, regardless of the platform you play on.

After The Fall won't be lacking for competition when it does arrive, and VR's seen a fair share of zombie shooters across the years. Between The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, Zombieland VR: Headshot Fever and even Vertigo Games' previous shooter, Arizona Sunshine, we'll be interested to see how it compares when it does arrive.