Perp Games are proud to announce that they will work with Wales Interactive for a second time to bring Time Carnage to retail on PlayStation VR this April.
Perp Games and Wales Interactive previously worked together on Don’t Knock Twice in October and see this as the continuation of an exciting partnership through 2018 and beyond.#
Of the ongoing partnership, Rob Edwards, MD of Perp Games says …
“We are proud to be bringing our second Wales Interactive title to market, in Time Carnage. The team have a lot of exciting things going on and it is great to have such a close relationship. With our retail experience, with their product quality, we have high hopes for our partnership.”
Time Carnage is a frantic VR survival wave shooter where players hop through time to do battle with dinosaurs, robots, zombies, monsters and more. They can mix and match their arsenal with access to over 25 different types of weapons, and will need to make use of all of them, as well as the timed-reload system in order to make it through a 16-tier campaign.
The VR shooter provides fun, but challenging modes across a variety of dynamic environments. In addition to the campaign, players will be able to dip in casually for the Custom Arcade Mode, moving between post-apocalyptic worlds, prehistoric jungles, and even a futuristic metropolis.
Time Carnage will also offer more than 20 unique, punishing challenges, rewarding the player with quirky arcade cheats and weapon perks. They can even catch their breath for a moment using the time-stalling paradox.
Talking about Time Carnage, Dai Banner, MD of Wales Interactive says
“We’re thrilled to be working alongside Perp Games once again, this time on our first VR-exclusive title. In Time Carnage, we set out to create a challenging survival shooter with a panic-inducing game mechanic. The team had a lot of fun developing this for PlayStation VR and now we look forward to the digital and retail launch this April.”
Time Carnage will arrive on PlayStation VR in Europe in April 2017. Dates in other territories to follow.