Mere weeks – all that’s left before finding out how the world ended on 6th June 1984. We definitely share The Chinese Room’s excitement and anticipation in revealing what exactly befell quiet Yaughton Valley.
Part of the allure behind Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is exploring every nook and cranny throughout the valley and finding small yet personal details of its residents. In the midst of a larger and catastrophic event players are drawn into finding out more and uncovering the story behind this close-knit community.
Creative Director Dan Pinchbeck and Environment Artist Alex Grahame took some time to discuss their thoughts on what makes Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture a uniquely British apocalypse.
And we’ve good news to share with European fans looking forward to Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture: this wonderfully crafted Dynamic Theme will be available as a bonus with purchase during the first two weeks of release. PS Plus subscribers will also be able to enjoy a 20% off discount within that period.
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