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PlayStation 4 exclusive The Tomorrow Children now free-to-play

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Wednesday, October 26, 2016 - 13:00 GMT
PlayStation 4 exclusive The Tomorrow Children now free-to-play
Wednesday, October 26, 2016 - 13:00 GMT

Q Games has announced that the PlayStation 4 exclusive title The Tomorrow Children is now free-to-play. The game was released in September.


In the game a disastrous experiment has melted humanity's consciousness into a dismal mass known as the Void. Players are able to journey into the Void and recover what's left to rebuild the human race.

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Players are able to select from several classes, including Mine Workers, Engineers and Radio Officers, to gather valuable resources and restore the ruined civilisation town by town.

The Tomorrow Children was already available via PlayStation Early Access back in August. With the free-to-play release of the game the game developer hopes to get more players to play the game.

To celebrate the new free-to-play launch players are able to get a free Halloween outfit free of charge until November 2nd 2016.
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