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Pixel Toys announces details of the Stream Release for its popular narrative-driven action VR shooter game, Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister.
Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister is the first VR game on Steam set in the highly popular Warhammer 40,000 universe.
After concluding a full year of development on the Oculus version of Battle Sister, the Steam version will be the most advanced, feature-packed Battle Sister release to date: Featuring Last Bastion, a co-op multiplayer mode, the big guns update, new maps, and content to enjoy from the moment of release.
The Steam version will go live on the 8th of March 2022, priced at £14.99 / $19.99
About Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister
Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister features the legendary Sisters of Battle in their first outing as lead protagonists and was the first Warhammer 40,000 game to be released on any VR platform.
You play as Sister Ophelia – a veteran Sister of Battle – in an epic story, scouring the galaxy for your lost twin sister and fighting for the future of humanity itself. Heavily armed with a multitude of powerful, futuristic weapons – from Plasma Pistols and Flamers to Chainswords and Bolters – players will mercilessly blaze a path through the insidious forces of Chaos.
The new game from Pixel Toys offers Warhammer fans, both new and old, an unparalleled gaming experience using the latest VR technology that enables players to truly embody the Sisters of Battle. Fully immersed in the Warhammer universe, players experience fast-moving action gameplay across war-torn planets, vast interstellar battlecruisers, and alien strongholds, all rendered in VR with stunning detail.
The game includes a deep narrative as the characters are brought to life by a range of talented actors, including Victoria Atkin (Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Horizon Zero Dawn, Kristin Atherton (RSC), and Obioma Ugoala (Hamilton, Frozen).
Pixel Toys, a VR veteran, has already had chart-topping success collaborating with Oculus on Drop Dead: Dual Strike and worked with Games Workshop to create the ground-breaking Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade. It is now forging its love of Warhammer 40,000 with the most technically cutting-edge VR technology to create an epic action-packed experience that pushes the bounds of what is possible in VR.
About Pixel Toys
Pixel Toys’ mission is to create the most exciting, visually intensive, high-impact action titles for mobile and VR platforms. With titles designed and art directed for the big screen, Pixel Toys focuses on refining gameplay and control mechanics to deliver intuitive yet precise control systems for all devices. Best known for Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade which saw almost 15 million downloads and won numerous awards. Also known for the chart-topping Oculus Quest hit Drop Dead Dual Strike, Pixel Toys are well on the way to being the mobile, VR, and AR powerhouse they aspire to.
Pixel people: With a Triple-A console development team heritage and strong management team, Pixel Toys is headed by Andy Wafer, CEO, who has over 20 years of experience in leading commercial publishing and development with credits on over 30 games. Prior to founding Pixel Toys, Andy was Head of Digital at Activision’s FreeStyle Games. Co-founder Alex Zoro is COO has 20+ years of experience in delivering multi-million selling AAA games and was previously co-founder and Technical Director at FreeStyleGames. Pixel Toys’ senior development talent includes key programmers, artists, and designers with past experience at Sony, Rebellion, Codemasters, Activision, and FreestyleGames. With the founders, the senior team has 50+ years of experience on more than 50 titles.
About Games Workshop
Games Workshop Group PLC (LSE: GAW.L), based in Nottingham, UK, produces the best fantasy miniatures in the world. Games Workshop designs manufacture retails and distributes its range of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40,000 games, miniatures, novels, and model kits through more than 523 of its own stores (branded Games Workshop or Warhammer), the www.games-workshop.com web store, and independent retail channels in more than 50 countries worldwide.Sponsor this Article!