Everybody's Gone to the Rapture Is Now In Beta

The Chinese Room just announced that Everybody's Gone to the Rapture is now officially in beta.

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One-Shot1261d ago

Awesome news. Certainly is one of my most anticipated PS4 titles.

MrDead1261d ago (Edited 1261d ago )

I can't wait to play Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, No Man's Sky and The Tomorrow Children, they appear to offer something a bit different from the current crop of games.

reallyNow1261d ago

definitely. a lot of really interesting experiences coming to PS4 soon... so excited

nucky641261d ago

don't forget rime.....there is no shooting/killing in the game - certainly different from current games!

MrDead1261d ago

How did I forget Rime? I don't know much about it apart from it’s a puzzle game set on some cursed island and massive locks.
The art style is stunning, I’m looking forward to seeing some new clips.

guyman1260d ago

Also you cannot forget wild:) that game looks amazing too!

PersonMan1261d ago

Is this a full blown game or just a PSN release?

DawginTow11261d ago

Good question. Vibe I get is that it's decently sized, close to full blown, but it's PSN/DL only, no disc release (tho in the future, who knows...)

We'll just have to wait for more official info I guess

DigitalRaptor1261d ago

It's a PSN only release.

I still consider it a "proper" game. I put the word proper in quotes to emphasise that there's no such thing as a proper game. It's either a game or it's not, and this is definitely an adventure game. It reminds me of Myst, but I don't think there will be any intricate puzzles like that.

The developer has estimated that the game will be around 5 hours long, and will be priced appropriately. But as Journey proved, it doesn't matter how long a game is, it's the quality of the experience and how it affects you that counts. The world looks so rich and detailed that I'll probably spend even longer exploring the beautiful environments and piecing together the story. It also helps that the game is non-linear.

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