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‘The Walking Dead’ VR scene puts you in the shoes of a walker

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    The immersive experience will put you in the action from both sides. You’ll start off trapped in an abandoned car waiting for help to arrive as the walkers inch ever closer. If that doesn’t sound terrifying enough, you’ll also get to join the herd and feast in the carnage. Once you get your fill of claustrophobic horror, you can peruse the extras, including trailers and features from that other AMC show Into the Badlands. The network is also promising to keep the app stocked with virtual experiences for the foreseeable future.

    View the original article: https://www.engadget.com/2017/10/20/the-walking-dead-amc-vr-app/

    The AMC VR app follows the announcement of The Walking Dead: Our World — an augmented reality game coming soon to iOS and Android. The two combined should turn you into a regular zombie-slaying survivalist.

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