The PlayStation Store charts for August 2015 were owned by the launch of Madden NFL 16 on PS4, but we also saw the debuts of instant favorites like Until Dawn and Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture. You might be surprised to learn that Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist took the runner-up spot on the PS4 list!
PlayStation fans worldwide have been spending their summer venturing around the Shropshire countryside, investigating the abandoned community of Yaughton Valley and the mysterious events that unfurled there.
Welcome to the end of the world.
Nearly three years ago, we started work on a game. The plan was to take the story-driven exploration of Dear Esther and push it into an open-world setting, to create a game where you discovered a story, rather than had it told to you. We wanted this story to be about the end of the world, about a small English valley and its people, about what it means to be alive.
A village sits empty. The scattered remnants of life strewn over street corners and across the cluttered, quiet counters of kitchens. What happened? What’s left in the wake of such a catastrophic incident? These are the questions you’ll attempt to answer in Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, which is out this week on PS4.
The apocalypse has arrived. After two and a half years, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is out in just about a week, and to celebrate, we want to share the launch trailer for the game with you.
Mere weeks — all that’s left before finding out how the world ended on June 6th, 1984.
We definitely share The Chinese Room’s excitement and anticipation in revealing what exactly befell quiet Yaughton Valley.
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