It’s been almost 2 months since we launched The Tomorrow Children and already we have seen some great success thanks to the hard labor and commitment of our proletariat founders who quickly took to our cause.
We have seen all sorts of activities from the players that we have never imagined before, such as a strange sea of letters, and 3D platformer-like play with the trampolines and also group picnics in the void. There have also been other such antics such as human ladders (when a player kneels and another player kneels on top of them and so on and so on until they are a strange human chain of kneeling clones leading up into the sky). And other people simply enjoy trying to stack boxes as high as they will go!
Comrades! I’m absolutely thrilled to announce that The Tomorrow Children launches today and everyone is welcome to jump into this strange neo-Soviet alternative future we’ve created!
The Tomorrow Children is a game quite unlike any other. It features elements of action, simulation, strategy, and social gaming all brought together in a unique alternate-reality, sandbox world.
Hello, Comrades! Today it gives me great pleasure to announce The Tomorrow Children will be launching next month on September 6 with the early access Founders Pack! We will also be opening the game up to everyone as a free-to-play title in the near future.
Dylan Cuthbert from Q-Games, here! I’m the director of The Tomorrow Children and we just wrapped up a great showing at PlayStation Experience in San Francisco and we’re thrilled with the positive feedback we received from the community.
If you know anything about Q-Games, you know that we made a name for ourselves during the PlayStation 3 era with our acclaimed PixelJunk series. Debuting way back in 2007, we were one of the first indies to cut our teeth on the newly released console. Our idea for the series was simple: rework old school gaming concepts in beautiful high-definition visuals, while keeping the easy to learn, difficult to master gameplay that made us fall in love with games in the first place.
Over the past several months, the team here at Q-Games has been hard at work on The Tomorrow Children, adding tons of new features previously unseen in trailers and the closed alpha last fall, as well as enriching the story and setting. Strange and magical tools, cute and unique clothing, and bizarre and imposing structures are just a few of the new additions players will be able to experience.
Hi everyone, before I dig into today’s blog post, I wanted to invite you to tune in to tonight’s Extra Life livestream at 5:00 pm PT, where I will personally guide fans through a live demo of our studio’s upcoming open-world game — The Tomorrow Children. We’re really excited to participate in the Extra Life program and hope as many of you as possible can stop by to check out the first look at gameplay footage from The Tomorrow Children!
I’m excited to be at TGS announcing more news about The Tomorrow Children. As we continue to build and perfect The Tomorrow Children’s open world concept, we wanted to expand upon the details we revealed at Gamescom and share more about the game.
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