We Happy Few gameplay footage reveals interesting game details

By: Madeleine Dean
2 minute read

Recent We Happy Few gameplay footage is offering fans a deeper glimpse into the upcoming paranoia-fueled game. The footage was published by someone who backed the project so if you want to get your hands on the game you’ll have to wait until July 26 for the Early Preview version to be released.

The game footage starts with some fighting with the game’s protagonist  trying to save the character Ralph Chunder. He manages to save Ralph and picks up a series of useful items such as a power cell and a club to replace the bat he broke in the fight.

As you playing the game, you’ve got to be extra careful at the indications displayed on the screen. Otherwise, you might miss important information concerning your health status and information about the items lying on the ground.

Information about the date and time is available in the left hand corner, while important markers about your character’s health and inventory are available in the right hand corner. Don’t forget to check your character’s vital signs, as he may collapse in the middle of the road due to sleep deprivation. Also, be careful what you give him to eat, too, as rotten food can ruin his health.

The gameplay footage also takes you to the Garden District, a pretty desolate place. As the game developer has indicated, We Happy Few is actually a procedurally generated world, meaning that everyone’s experience will be unique depending on the actions you take in the game.

For example, we can see in the game footage that the protagonist throws a bottle to distract the others and they immediately react to see what caused the noise.

Another important thing to point out is that We Happy Few gives you no second chance. If you die, you stay dead, and you need to start the game over. So, be extra careful on that one.

You can watch the gameplay footage here:

Thank you Girly for sharing this interesting We Happy Few gameplay footage with us!

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