We Happy Few, the upcoming first-person (horror?) title by Compulsion games was originally announced to be releasing on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One April 13th. Unfortunately, that’s not happening anymore, as a couple of the developers behind the title aren’t satisfied with the product.
In a production video update, the team stated that the game has been delayed to sometime “this summer”. The reason behind this is that they aren’t satisfied with the first few hours of the game. As a result, the team is going move a few story moments forward so that players will hop into the game’s action faster. The team also stated that they intend to rebuild the first island in the game.
You can check out the video down below which also showcases a couple tidbits of gameplay. Towards the end of the video Compulsion also introduces fans to the second playable character, Sally. So you may want to stick around for that.
Lastly, they address some of the Steam players’ concerns regarding the pre-purchase asking price. Some of those who pre-purchased the game aren’t satisfied with the amount of content they are receiving with their purchase. As a result, Compulsion will be offering refunds to those who’ve purchased the Steam version, past and present, regardless of their playtime.
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