It looks like all of our Joy is coming to an end as we have the final DLC for We Happy Few coming at us on November 19th here on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. That is a fun play on words as I know I have been having fun with what Compulsion Games has offered us for the game to date, but it looks like this new DLC will be eliminating the drug Joy in the world and possibly bring the world crashing down for everyone out there. Now you can read all of this as we will be losing the Joy in-game while keeping the joy of playing We Happy Few more and more. I am trying to save where I was going with all of this, but it feels like my words may not be doing it yet.
No matter the case, here we go with the We All Fall Down DLC for We Happy Few where we will be taking on the role of Victoria Byng as she moves about the city in the crisis of lack of food and the joy-inducing drug that was the big deal in it all. She will also be able to move about the roofs to keep stealthy with her whip in tow. She will also have a new dart gun to use in We Happy Few to keep hidden from the Bobbies and other issues in the world. Have a look at what we will get to add to the fun of it all as we watch it all fall down around us. More so as we do not need to worry about survival mechanics in this new DLC as well. If that was something you did not enjoy before.
We Happy Few — We All Fall Down
Gearbox Publishing and Compulsion Games today announced We All Fall Down, the conclusion to their drugged-out dystopian adventure, We Happy Few. We All Fall Down stars Victoria Byng who is on a mission to rid Wellington Wells of the psychedelic drug, Joy, and free the people from their drug-induced prison. This expansion introduces additional combat options and rooftop traversal players can use to out-maneuver the authorities as they make their way around the city. We All Fall Down will launch on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on November 19, 2019, for a suggested retail price of $7.99.
We All Fall Down returns to We Happy Few’s dark origins, but burns it all down in spectacular fashion. Starving like the rest of the people, Victoria wrestles with her own withdrawals as the city slides deeper into Joy shortage and disorder. Victoria has always helped to keep things proper, but the closer she looks, the deeper the rot seems to run.
To free the city from Joy, players will strategically maneuver around the city’s rooftops, take up arms against the Bobbies, and expose citizens to their dismal truth. Victoria can whip foes in a snappy take on combat or silently take out enemies with the new dart gun. Stealthy players can climb around the rooftops, adding more variety to We Happy Few’s gameplay. We All Fall Down focuses on storytelling and fast-paced action without including the survival mechanics found in We Happy Few.
We All Fall Down offers the best way to experience We Happy Few to date:
Are you ready for the fun of We Happy Few to come to an end or will it all flow out in the proper way to bring you back to playing through again? Are you glad to see that we will not need to worry about the survival mechanics here or was that something you have loved since the start? How well do you think using the whip and dart gun will keep you hidden or will it still be a hard trial by fire to play it all? Let us know what you are thinking down in the comments and then feel free to discuss away. If there is more for We Happy Few, we will obviously add it all to the site here for you.