We Happy Few Season Pass detailed, free Sandbox Mode in the works

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 4 August 2018 17:22 GMT

Compulsion Games has shared the first details on the We Happy Few Season Pass and free post-release content.

Details on the We Happy Few Season Pass and the first DLC drop have been announced by Compulsion Games.

The first content drop will be Sandbox Mode, and it’s free. It comes with infinite mode which allows players to customize the game world. They can make it larger, smaller, more dangerous, add additional Wellies, provide less food sources, and more.

Some of the rules can also be customized, one of which is the ability to play as a Wellie.

Also in the works is the We Happy Few Season Pass. Included in the We Happy Few Deluxe Edition, the Season Pass includes three different stories set in Wellington Wells:

  • Roger & James in: They Came From Below: Precocious Roger and Impetuous James set off in search of adventure and love, only to uncover bizarre technology and a terrifying new threat. All is not as it seems. Or is it exactly as it seems?
  • Lightbearer: Heartthrob, artist, and personal trainwreck, Nick Lightbearer is Wellington Wells’ most celebrated rock star—but what truly makes him tick? Tune in to Uncle Jack’s late show to find out.
  • We All Fall Down: Much like any well-worn happy mask, all societies develop cracks in their veneer. But that doesn’t mean you should go digging up dirt from the past.

We Happy Few Season Pass

The We Happy Few Season Pass is currently only available as part of the Deluxe Edition, but will be available for purchase separately upon launch.

A release date for Sandbox Mode will be announced later.

We Happy Few will release on August 10 for PC, PlayStation 4,and Xbox One. It will also be available for PS4 Pro and Xbox One X with with HDR and 4K support. It will run you $59.99/ £49.99/ €69.99.

 

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