We Happy Few Season Pass Detailed; Sandbox Mode Coming Post-Launch for Free

We Happy Few

We Happy Few is now very close to its launch date on all platforms and the developers at Compulsion Games (recently purchased by Microsoft to bolster their first-party studio roster) have revealed the first details on the game's planned post-launch content.

Firstly, a customizable sandbox mode will be available for free. Secondly, Compulsion Games shared more information on the upcoming Season Pass content (now only available through the Deluxe Edition of We Happy Few, though a separate Season Pass pack will appear in digital stores upon the game's release).

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We Happy Few is due August 10th on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Sandbox Mode

This free update will add an infinite mode, set in a world that you can customize as you wish (larger, smaller, more dangerous, less food, more Wellies, etc). You will be able to customize some of the rules of the game, including choosing to play as a Wellie (Wellie Mode!). This mode will bring back the systemic, sandbox world showcased in the early days of We Happy Few.

Also in the works is the We Happy Few Season Pass! Included in the We Happy Few Deluxe Edition, the Season Pass includes three different stories set in Wellington Wells:

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