We Happy Few Game Preview available now on the Xbox Store
We Happy Few is an indie survival horror game developed and published by Compulsion Games. In this game, everyone is controlled by a personality-altering pill called Joy. You will play as Arthur Hastings, a redactor who erases unhappy stories from the record.
However, during his work, he finds an article about his brother Percy and experiences a sudden flashback. And because of this flashback, he decides to not take Joy anymore. By doing this, he finds out the real world is much different from what he usually experiences.
The game is expected to be released for Linux, Windows PC, MacOS and Xbox One, but on July 26, 2016 was released as a Game Preview on the Xbox Store, Steam Early Access, Xbox Store and GoG Games in Development platforms. According to the Steam page, We Happy Few early access will be up for anywhere between six and twelve months, so it seems that the game will not be released anytime soon.
We Happy Few
– Three game modes: Story, Wellie and Sandbox
– A unique soundtrack
– A fully voiced cinematic first person story
– A range of difficulties for experienced or new players
PYou can also play the game in your own style:
– Learn how to interact with other members of your society by choosing combat, conformity or stealth
– Fill your basic needs (thirst, sleep and hunger) in order to survive
– Encounter unique events
– Collect recipes and craft tools, weapons and devices
– Watch out for traps and lure your enemies into them.
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