The lights are on
British indie developer The Chinese Room will be bringing its
post-apocalyptic adventure game Everybody's Gone To The Rapture to
The Chinese Room is best known for its experimental indie
hit Dear Esther, and is working on Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs, a sequel to
Frictional Games' acclaimed survival horror title Amnesia: The Dark Descent. During
its Gamescom press conference, Sony announced that The Chinese Room's newest
game, Everybody's Gone To The Rapture will be coming to PS4.
Little is known about Everybody's Gone To The Rapture, other
than that it's an open-world first-person adventure game set during the
apocalypse and will use CryEngine 3. While there's no shortage of games set
during the apocalypse, The Chinese Room's penchant for creating unique and atmospheric
first-person games has us eager to learn more about the project.
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Looks to have potential.
Looks promising. I'll keep an eye out on it.
I CAN'T WAIT TO PRESS FORWARD!
Seems interesting, I hear that Dear Esther was really good.
Wow, there's a lot of great stuff coming out from Sony today. :)
I really want some more information about this! Seems like Cryengine 3 is getting some major usage with third party developers, good stuff.
Oh man, if this leads to later games and ports of old games (Amnesia? Hello?) onto the PS4, that would be fantastic.
This looks like Fallout right after everything went to shi@#$t!!( i am not comparing, that’s the impression that i got, you know like if you get out of the vault the next day type of situation)
Looks interesting,i want to hear more on it.
This game... sounds beautiful. I love purely atmospheric games like Dear Esther and can't wait to hear more about this.
Yeah, I'm gonna get this.
hmm looks intriguingly interesting to get... looked at it.. and a game that nearly sounds like another 'Journey' game but with "post-apocalyptic" things in it.. it sounds too good to be true :O
Well..I hope they bring something new to the post-apocalyptic theme for games..
don't get the hype for these guys, didn't have any fun with Dear Esther...
Wonder if Irrational Games will be upset by the title...
Lies! Their next game is Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, coming out in September. This is the game after next.
Hopefully it's more of an actual game.
And PC , it was announced for PC way before it was revealed for PS4 yesterday .