We Happy Few is one of the most popular games introduced at E3, and many fans are eagerly waiting for the official game release. If you don’t want to wait until later this year, you also have the chance to get your hands on the Xbox One and PC Game Preview on July 26.
The game is set in the city of Wellington Wells where all its citizens are addicted to a drug called “Joy.” This drug takes over your emotions, transforming you into a robot.
Paranoia rules the place as all the other characters are waiting to detect even the slightest sign of emotion on your face. If they do, hell will break loose because they’ll know you’re no longer on Joy. If you act out of turn, the locals will attack you, forcing you to get back on Joy.
There are three words that best describe your life in the city of Wellington Wells: conformity, stealth and combat.
The We Happy Few Game Preview will have an initial price tag of $29.99, and it will probably go up as the 1.0 game version approaches.
We spent more time than you would think considering price points. We feel like this strikes the best balance between quality (both state and size of the game), accessibility, making money (brutal truth, guys) and respect for our Kickstarter backers who backed at CAD$30 (~ US$23). […]
The price of the game is likely to go up as we head towards 1.0, but we want to confirm to everyone that we will not be discounting the game during the Early Access period.
We Happy Few will also be launched on GOG on the same day.
As far as the recommended specs are concerned, they include:
- Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD, 2.5 GHz or faster
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 660 GTX or AMD Radeon 7870 HD series or higher
- DirectX: DirectX 11, Shader Model 5
- Operating System: 64 bit, Windows 7 and above
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