It's the end of the world in PlayStation 4 exclusive Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, and you're free to explore what remains of a deserted Shropshire village. This vision of the apocalypse may lack fire and brimstone, but the launch trailer embedded below depicts just how harrowing things can be when a settlement is suddenly deserted. Obviously, the audio adds to the creepy atmosphere.
The game's due out from 11th August in Europe and North America. If you pre-order right now in the US, you'll get access to a pretty nifty theme based on the release's rural setting. Those of you in Europe won't have the option to pre-order, but as long as you purchase the game within its first two weeks on sale, you'll get the animated wallpaper, too.
Reckon you'd be into this one, @antdickens.
@get2sammyb yep, I'll be checking this out
I'll be checking this out any idea on the price?
There's another one which is more like the old Protect And Survive public information films from the early eighties. It's very well done, if not as outright terrifying as the source material. Honestly, I'd recommend anyone over 30 check that one out.
It was released on YouTube about an hour ago.
Ooh,looks atmospheric,..reckon i'll get it,i just hope its not to story heavy "Kate,people are disappearing!" Call me crazy but i want it more for the atmospheric walking sim stuff.
Tap here to load 5 comments
Leave A Comment
Hold on there, you need to login to post a comment...