As We Happy Few’s Early Access/Preview days continue to chug along, developer Compulsion Games is tough during work adding pieces and pieces to a game. However, they have recently expelled their biggest refurbish yet, called A Clockwork Update, that brings with it, a horde of new additions. The developers expelled a video (seen above) detailing all of a vital changes, and arguably a biggest of them addresses a really treacherous tract hole during a opening of a game.
When we start a diversion of We Happy Few, there is a follow sequence, where your impression ends adult in a cesspool being chased down by a police. After reaching a passed end, we are knocked comatose by a rod and incite in an subterraneous fort with no reason of how we got there. It’s transparent that we are protected from harm, though a diversion never gives we any denote of how that happened.
The new refurbish gives we a new starting shelter, right where we were left, and provides a some-more streamlined means of explaining a game’s basis of crafting and combat before we conduct to a surface. While a full account elements are still not nonetheless incorporated into a game, this new shred should reason we over for now.
For a finish list of sum on a updates to We Happy Few, conduct over to the developer’s blog to check them out. It should also be remarkable that with all of these changes, your aged save files will no longer be concordant with a new version, so we will have to start over.