Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is coming to PC after its initial console release. The game was recently spotted in a SteamDB listing which fueled speculations of its arrival on PC that have turned out to be true.
This isn’t an April Fool’s Day joke so take it seriously and get excited.
Creative director Dan Pinchbeck spoke with PCGamer and shared how Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture PC came to be. According to him, they always wanted to get the game on PC as they consider it their home turf.
We kept making sure all the way through development that Sony knew that we could do it, and that we really wanted to do it. Around the time Rapture came out on PS4 there must have been an internal discussion at their end, as suddenly it became a possibility, so we jumped at the chance. It’s a bit like coming home—we’re absolutely chuffed to bits it’s going to get a PC release.
The game is going to be locked at 60FPS but the cap can be turned off. The difference between PC and PS4 versions of the game are mainly performance. The PC version comes with various “accessibility features, like a crosshair option for people susceptible to motion sickness; visual assist for hearing-impaired players; and a ‘one button tilt’/simplified event-triggering feature for users with mobility issues.”
You can use mouse and keyboard to play Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture but devs have added support for pretty much every controller out there.
There is no release date or system requirements for the time being but we will let you know as soon as they are shared.