The Chinese Room announced their plans to bring Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture to PCs in a blog post at the beginning of this month. The news was well-met by eager players, but the developer’s announcement was initially missing a very crucial piece of information: its release date.
Well, as it turns out, that release date is actually rather close. In an updated post yesterday, the developers announced that Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture will be coming to PCs from April 14th – that’s tomorrow. The Steam store page is now live, and you can pre-order the game right here.
In the initial PC announcement, The Chinese Room confirmed that the following updates would come with this version of Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture:
- Performance improvements, and various graphical options – the game will run at a great frame-rate, and potentially at a much higher resolution, on a wide range of PC hardware;
- A crosshair for people who may suffer from motion sickness;
- A visual aid to all the phones and radios for the hard-of-hearing;
- A one-button “tilt” functionality / simplified event tuning for players with mobility issues;
- Support for keyboard & mouse -with control remapping- and for all the usual controllers (including the Steam controller);
- A lot of minor bug fixes (places where you could get stuck, floating objects, etc.)
So if you’ve been waiting to get Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture into your library of PC games, then the wait is almost over; the Sony-published title will arrive tomorrow.
Source: The Chinese Room