We Happy Few was first announced during Microsoft’s E3 press conference last year. Now, it seems like this bizarre first-person shooter is available through Early Access and also Game Preview for both Xbox One and PC. Also, it seems like the launch date of the full game has been revealed as April 18, 2018. According to Compulsion, the developer, the game will also have a physical release in 2018 thanks to Gearbox and will also become available for the PlayStation 4 platform. The full version of the game will come with new content too.
We Happy Few
It seems like the full version of We Happy Few will include an entire campaign mode with three characters that players will be able to use. The developers called them “moderately terrible” and explained that they all have their reasons to renounce to this artificial happiness. The developers also released an announce trailer for We Happy Few. The price the game will have will be about $60. It’s worth noting that those fans who will pre-order it, will also receive a Jolly Brolly special weapon, as a bonus. Moreover, Gearbox has announced that they will release a Collector’s Set for the game, which will be a limited edition. It will reportedly include various items from the ‘60s era like alarm clocks, vinyl, lamps and even a Bobby mask. However, this set will not come with the physical version of the game. Fans will buy that via Early Access. This special set will have a price of $150.
A bizarre game
We Happy Few is a rather bizarre videogame. The story take place in an alternate version of 1960s England. Wellington Wells, a fictional town, acts as the host of the events. Fans will be able to control various characters who do not want to take the happy pills, which alter their minds and make them feel happiness with no reason. Those people need to get away from that crazy town without being noticed by the other citizens that live there. The Early Access version costs $51. Also, there has been a new update for the game which the developers called “Life in Technicolor”. This doesn’t bring too many changes, apart from some effects and improvements when it comes to AI.
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