IT’S protected to contend We Happy Few has had some-more ups and downs than a roller-coaster given a launch.
But a trials and tribulations are entrance to an finish with We All Fall Down — a third and final DLC.
It follows a identical trail to a initial dual DLC packs — a standalone story focusing on another impression in a We Happy Few universe.
But, in an engaging move, all a movement takes place after a events of a categorical game.
This time we are Victoria Byng, who fans will recognize from a categorical game.
She is out to stop a Executive Committee once and for all and eventually save a people of Wellington Wells.
But she is also battling ghosts from her past.
The final section is brief — clocking in only over a two-hour symbol — but, as a final swansong for a adventure, it has some clever moments even if does miss a torpedo culmination that fans might have been anticipating.
But where a story is lacking, a gameplay picks adult a slack.
Victoria gets a few new moves and abilities that open adult how we pierce around as good as understanding with fight — and we desired a Indiana Jones-style whip that lets we fly opposite roof tops and slice adult enemies.
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You also get a hacking dart gun that we can use to switch off thatch and cameras from a stretch or jolt enemies.
Overall, it is a DLC that offers fans what they love, and it’s good to conduct behind to a We Happy Few universe if even for a few hours.
It is simply a strongest of a 3 on a gameplay front, though also a weakest on story.
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