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"We Were Here Forever" Now Available on PC - News - OutNow

“We Were Here Forever” Now Available on PC – News – OutNow

The highly anticipated collaborative experience has arrived on PC. The fourth part of the series invites players to return to Castle Rock for some long-awaited answers.

I’m looking for answers © Total Mayhem Games

Many of you will be familiar with the We Were Here series. Now developer Total Mayhem Games has released the fourth part on PC at the moment. In this asymmetric co-op puzzle, players will explore previously unknown parts of Castle Rock. For the first time in the entire series, players will eventually break out of the castle. Once out, they discover the story of Rockbury and its inhabitants who once plotted to resist the King in order to escape from this mysterious world.

Moving on to the content of the game, it reads as follows: Hope will lead players to a frightening cemetery and allow them to descend into the dark waters of the foundry. They learn more about the past events that took place in this mysterious place. while she is in We were here forever In an attempt to escape Castle Rock, they may begin to believe what they have been afraid of all along: Can Castle Rock really be escaped?

The fourth part of the series seeks to answer the questions that have plagued players during the We Were Here series. However, the games can be played in any order, although there is a common narrative thread. The series has been expanded since the release of we were here Played by more than 6.5 million players in 2017 and both We were here too Beside We were here together It has sold over a million copies on Steam alone.

We were here forever Also coming soon to Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. We’ll take a closer look at the match in due course and write a review about it, of course. In the meantime, let’s take another look at the launch announcement:

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Danny loves action and thrillers. But he mostly gambles on the console, whatever he can get. Although he’s been with OutNow since 2007, he still describes himself as a bad player.

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