Following its recent E3 airing we have some new media from The Chinese Room’s experimental story game.
Set in a quaint rural village, Everybody’s Gone to Rapture begins after the apparent end of the world in which everyone except you has disappeared from existence. Devoid of conventional game mechanics the game revolves around you exploring the environments to uncover pieces of story from the people that once lived there in a bid to solve the mysterious occurrences.
Moving on from their previous title, the critically acclaimed Dear Esther, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture promises to offer a more meaningful interactive story experience all rendered out with some near-AAA graphics to make it shine on PS4. Below are some screens from last year showing the sumptuous lighting effects.
Afraid of the dark?
Cottage in the woods
Below is a new tease of Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture from E3 and the first look at some of the gameplay. You can get a sense of the smooth and impeccably detailed graphics and haunting music that are making this innovative attempt to move narrative games in new directions look very appealing.