Hi everyone, I’m TamTu on the Vertigo Games community team and I’m here to tell you all about the immersive thrillride that awaits you in our 4-player co-op action FPS After the Fall, which is coming to PS VR with full cross-platform multiplayer support.
Today we’re sharing details on a variety of elements of After the Fall, including the game world, its enemies, and the combat options available to you in order to deal with them in a new video:
After the Fall is an immersive thrill ride with fast-paced 4-player co-op action in a 1980’s inspired post-apocalyptic Los Angeles. This is not your typical sunny LA though; in After the Fall, all of hell has frozen over and LA has been left in ice-covered ruins. Set nearly 20 years after the apocalypse, the city is overrun with ferocious, once-human creatures called the Snowbreed that have driven humanity below ground, where they continue a raging fight for survival.
You, the player, are a Harvest Runner, one of the few who are courageous enough to venture out into the cold. With your squad of fellow Runners you’ll jump into the containment sites that are filled to the brim with Snowbreed. People in the various settlements in LA rely on you to enter these monster infested zones in order to bring in the resources required to keep the lights on back at the Line. In return, you are rewarded with bigger and better guns to go back in for this satisfying loop of taking out Snowbreed. It’s not an easy job, and only Harvest Runners can tackle the different dangers that these Snowbreed embody.
As you might know from my blog post for the previous PS VR Spotlight last March, there are several ferocious snowbreed who are looking to feast on you. Now I’d like to give you a closer look at some of the more mutated types you’ll face in the frozen apocalyptic wasteland to get you prepared for battle:
The Eater is an enormous, revolting Snowbreed type that will annihilate everything in its path if it explodes. Your best chance against this terrifying creature is to keep your distance and have a precise aim whenever he’s getting too close.
The Juggernaut is different from the regular Snowbreed. Thi