After enlightening Steam, Switch, and Xbox One players on the dangers of undead veggies, The Walking Vegetables is headed to the PS4 later this month.
The Walking Vegetables: Radical Edition is jumping to yet another platform, and this time it’s the PlayStation 4. According to publisher Merge Games, the twin-stick shooter will be headed to the PS4 on the 26th of February, which is when it will be available on the US PSN Store. The next day, on 27 February, it will be available on the EU PSN Store as well.
On the PSN Store, the game will be priced at $12.99 in the US, and at €12.99 in Europe. Brit players can buy it for £9.99. Note that a special sale will be running through the launch week, allowing you to grab the game at a 15 percent discount.
There doesn’t seem to be a new trailer for the PS4 announcement, so have a look at the trailer for the Switch release:
The Walking Vegetables was developed by Still Running, a studio based in Finland. It’s being published by UK-based indie publisher Merge Games. The game has previously released on Steam and on Switch. It also slipped onto the Xbox One last month, but we were too busy eating our veggies to notice.
Here’s what the game’s about:
A twin-stick shooter, The Walking Vegetables: Radical Edition sees players battling mutated zombie fruit and veg. Armed initially with a simple pistol, players can upgrade their arsenal with a myriad of weapons and gadgets they uncover as they take on the lethal legumes.
Journeying between cities players can experience double the fire-power by buddying-up with a friend. To save mankind, players will need to defeat end of level vegetable kingpins before progressing to the vegetable-ridden alien headquarters and the formidable mothership.
For more madcap action, consider bashing up endless stick figures in the Steam demo of One Finger Death Punch 2. Also have a look at the Norse-themed actioner Fimbul, which also comes out later this month on PS4.