We Happy Few comes crashing down in last growth, We All Fall Down

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You can solely maintain a inhabitants subdued by state-enforced medication and totalitarian policing for thus lengthy. 60s Brit-hell journey We Happy Few acquired its third and last story DLC at the moment, We All Fall Down, and it’s tearing the entire cheery facade down. Everything’s fairly on fireplace, and new heroine Victoria brings just a little little bit of Dishonored to the combo with grappling abilities that’d make and self-respecting Kaldwin proud.

Merry outdated Uncle Jack may be feeling the burn, however there’s nonetheless some room to squeeze these final drops of Joy out of Wellington Wells’ dystopian hell.

We All Fall Down places you within the tall leather-based boots of Victoria Byng, a whip-flicking administrator who’s fairly accomplished with sitting again and watching the city slip into destruction. This third and last growth wraps up We Happy Few’s story and season cross, lowering a once-cheery city to cinders within the course of.

Low shares of remedy and meals? Civil dysfunction and the failure of excellent ol’ customary British stoicism? What a beautiful make-believe world you constructed for me to flee into, Compulsion Games.

Wellington Wells’ might need descended into fireplace and violence, however not less than Victoria appears like she’s having a rollicking good time. Her whip doubles as each a weapon and a grappling hook, letting her leap throughout city like an off-brand Corvo. It all appears a hell of much more cell than our first land-locked lads, with an entire rooftop playground to discover. She additionally carries a dart gun, letting her take down pale-faced coppers from a secure distance.

While it appeared a positive factor, We Happy Few had a little bit of a deflated launch final yr. What seemed like a Brit-pop Bioshock led to a quick survival-centric Early Access launch. Developers Compulsion tried to reel that again in and provides of us what they needed, ending up with a game John mentioned “undeniably feels like it should be being amazing all the time, and almost never is” in his review.

We All Fall Down is accessible on Steam as a part of the We Happy Few Season Pass for £20/$20/€25, although it’ll ultimately be accessible to select up by itself.


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