The Chinese Room is nearly done with development for Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture and expects the game to release this Summer.

In a new post on the Playstation Blog, Creative Director Dan Pinchbeck provided some new details on the development progression of the game and also teased that a release date is coming very soon.

The development team just finished up implementing the soundtrack into the game, which Pinchbeck believes will be one of the best pieces of video game music this year:

This month Jessica (our talented studio head and composer) went to Air Studios to work with a world class team of musicians and engineers and came out with a soundtrack that is going to be one of the highlights of game music this year (actually, I think it’s better than that, it’s one of the best game soundtracks ever created). We’ve spent a fantastic week implementing it into the world and it’s transforming the experience, adding a huge jolt of warmth, depth, and humanity. These are the most rewarding moments in development, where the game leaps forwards and just transforms around you. It’s really exciting and makes all of the grunt work worthwhile.

Pinchbeck continued on to explain just how proud the development team is of their latest creation saying, “Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is going to be really different, an apocalypse like no other, and we think it’s going to be good.”

Along with the development update, The Chinese Room released a new trailer for the mysterious apocalypse adventure which you can view just below. Be sure to let us know what you think of the new trailer in the comments section and be sure to stay tuned to OnlySP for further news on Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture.

Nick Calandra
OnlySP founder and former site owner.

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  1. Very nice trailer, but I had no idea it’s a ps4 exclusive at this point. That sucks. Exclusivity is very sad for those who can’t afford all the consoles. I guess I won’t get to play it for a while then, if ever.

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