We Happy Few Listed for PS4 by Amazon [UPDATED]

Orwellian, drug-fueled We Happy Few may be coming to PS4 if Amazon listing is anything to go by.

on August 16, 2017 12:33 PM

UPDATE: We Happy Few has been announced for PS4. Further, it will release (on PS4, Xbox One, and PC) on April 13, 2018.

An Amazon listing for We Happy Few for PS4 has surfaced, seemingly revealing the game will indeed be coming to the Sony system.

At the moment of writing this, Compulsion Games’ drug-fueled action-adventure title has only been officially announced for Xbox One and PC, but it always seemed plausible the relatively popular title could branch out to other platforms, namely the PS4. However, until something is officially confirmed, it might be best to take this listing with a grain of salt.

A former Kickstarter title, We Happy Few has been in Early Access on the above-mentioned platforms since July 2016, with a final release expected to hit sometime in the relatively near future.

For those that don’t know: We Happy few takes place during the 1960’s in a drug-fuelled, retrofuturistic city of Wellington Wells. In it you have to plot your escape while also blending in with other inhabitants, who don’t take kindly to people who don’t abide by their “normal” rules. For more details on the title, be sure to check out its Steam listing.

When We Happy Few finally launches as a finish product, it will contain a fleshed-out story that is currently not available in the Early Access form (a story the team has been working on for three years). Further, you will be able to turn of the game’s survival settings off, if you aren’t fan of those type of gameplay features.

We Happy Few will cost $50.99 USD when it launches.

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