Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture Releasing On 11th August

It’s a game that starts with the end of the world, with an intense calm descending over the village of Yaughton, the hubbub of life replaced by the residual memories of those that once lived here. Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture invites you to explore this picturesque setting and the lives of others as it launches on 11th August for PlayStation 4.

If you read my preview from April, you’ll know that I think found it to be a thoroughly absorbing experience, filled with mystery and emotive story telling. A big part of that, though, is the ethereal soundtrack that has been composed by Jessica Curry – and already sure to be a contender in our Soundtrack of the Year votes in December – with another of the songs shared in the release date announcement on the PS Blog.


As with almost all the news stories this week, you can probably expect to see more of this game over the next week at E3.

Source: EU PS Blog


  1. Excellent, looking forward to playing this one.

  2. Looking forward to this one.

  3. Looks great. Does it have a survival horror kind of vibe to it?, not watched any of the trailers so far

  4. That’s a nice piece of music, looking forward to the game.

  5. Another title to quench the summer thirst for games. I don’t know if I’ll get this day one, but it looks very interesting. I’ll probably check it out when it’s a bit cheaper.

  6. Sounded interesting when you did your first preview. I’m still intrigued, do you just walk around in this game?

    No fighting demnoms etc?

  7. I’m also looking forward to this game.

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