Publisher and developer Total Mayhem Games today announced that co-op puzzle adventure game We Were Here Forever has locked down its PC release date to the first part of May.
We Were Here Forever introduces "new, nonlinear ways" for players to explore previously unseen parts of Castle Rock. Its storyline, which runs for more than 12 hours according to the developer, also sees players uncovering more details about Rockbury, the town around which the castle is built.
"Make your way through previously unseen parts of Castle Rock, and once outside the Keep you will begin to uncover the story of Rockbury: the town’s inhabitants and the escape plans of a resistance formed against the King. Hope will lead you on to an eerie Graveyard and have you descend down into the dark waters of the Foundry," reads an emailed press release.
The title still relies on communicating with your co-op partner using only your walkie-talkie in order to complete the puzzles you encounter along the way.
In the lead-up to We Were Here Forever's PC release date, the publisher will release a six-chapter live-action series called We Were Here Stories: Chronicles of Castle Rock, which delves into the castle's backstory.
Narrated by one of his descendants, it explores the life of one Kees Klokkenmaker. The first episode is live now on YouTube.
We Were Here Forever's PC release date is set to occur on May 10 and you can already wishlist it on Steam. It will arrive "soon after" on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, and PS4.
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