We Were Here Forever Pc Steam May Release Date

The co-op puzzle/escape franchise We Were Here is getting another chapter less than two months. We Were Here Forever follows in the footsteps of its trapped predecessors, but developer Total Mayhem Games has promised to bring more to the table. The game brings a more robust story, while also retaining the same spooky vibe. Grab a friend and get out alive when We Were Here Forever lands on PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store on May 10.

Escaping with your friend in tow is going to take longer this time around. The original We Were Here was only a couple hours long according to HowLongToBeat. Its sequel ran for around three hours, while We Were Here Together had you solving puzzles for more than six. The newest game doubles that time at 12 hours or more.


We Were Here Forever won’t completely change much from earlier games when it lands on PC. You and a friend still communicate via walkie-talkies, helping one another solve puzzles as you make your way through the castle. Those who have enjoyed the story told by the games will find more to like, as WWHF will let you “uncover the story of Rockbury: the town’s inhabitants and the escape plans of a resistance formed against the King.”

We Were Here Forever Release Date May Pc

Telling the tale, before the tale gets finished

Total Mayhem is banking a lot on the story, and is even releasing a live-action video series for your enjoyment. The first episode of “We Were Here Stories: Chronicles of Castle Rock” is already out on YouTube. “The Fall of a Kingdom” stars a wizened storyteller who reads through the tale of Kees Klokkenmaker. And, you know what? I kind of dig it. The video reminds me of those older FMV games, where a similar wizened storyteller would fill you in on background info or provide you with objectives. The main difference, other than the resolution of the video, is that the We Were Here Stories features vastly better acting.

We Were Here Forever will release onto PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store on May 10.

Cameron Woolsey
Cam has been shooting for high scores since his days playing on the Atari 2600. Proud member of the Blue Team during the first console war, and has more Sonic paraphernalia than he cares to admit.

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