After launching earlier this year on PC VR, Shadow Legend VR (read our PC VR review) is making its way over to PSVR early next year.
Shadow Legend is set in the medieval realm of Anaria, where “you begin your crusade as the Grand Master of the Knights Templar at a time when the Gods of your realm are at war.” You’ll have to fight enemies and bosses with swords, bows, and magic, as well as complete puzzles to progress to new areas in the game.
The trailer, embedded above, puts a big focus on the varied and extensive interactions you can make with the environment in the game, such as feeding your horse, cooking by a campfire, forging your weapons, and more.
The PSVR version will also launch with several improvements, based on feedback from the PC VR launch. “Our biggest complaint on PC was about the length of the game and we’ve spent the last 8 months adding content so the game feels very complete now,” said VitruviusVR developer Blake Stone. These improvements and new content are the main reasons why the PlayStation release has taken so long since the PC VR release in March this year. The game also has two brand new levels, which were added post-PC VR launch, and has generally been polished to improve the combat and mechanics.
VitruviusVR says that Shadow Legend now has around 7+ hours of content. The PSVR version will require Move controllers to play and will cost the same as the PC VR version, at $24.99.
Shadow Legend will release on the North America and Europe PlayStation stores for PSVR on January 21st, 2020.