Yaughton Valley News

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RADIO TRANSCRIPT: KATHERINE & STEPHEN – PART 2

Part 2 of Science Hour’s final interview with Dr. Katherine Collins and Dr. Stephen Appleton.

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RAPTURE RECEIVES 10 BAFTA GAME AWARDS NOMINATIONS

Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture receives 10 nominations for the BAFTA Game Awards, which take place April 7 in London.

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THE ROAD TO THE END – DISCUSSION THREAD

Share your interpretation of the story and ending of Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture with fellow fans.

This Story Begins With The End Of The World...

Yaughton, Shropshire. 06:37am 6th June 1984.

An empty village, nestled in an idyllic valley in the English countryside. Something has gone terribly wrong. This story begins with the end of the world…

Deep within the Shropshire countryside, the village of Yaughton stands empty. Toys lie forgotten in the playground, the wind blows quarantine leaflets around the silent churchyard. Down on Appleton’s farm, crops rustle untended, the early harvest abandoned halfway through. The birds lie where they have fallen. A pair of shoes hang from the overhead wires. The windmill continues to turn unobserved. Strange voices haunt the radio waves as uncollected washing hangs listlessly on the line. There is light in the wires. The televisions are tuned to vacant channels. Above it all, the telescopes of the Observatory point out at dead stars and endless darkness. And someone remains behind, to try and unravel the mystery.

Immerse yourself in a rich, deep adventure from award-winning developer The Chinese Room and investigate the last days of Yaughton Valley. Uncover the traces of the vanished community; discover fragments of events and memories to piece together the mystery of the apocalypse.

Featuring a beautiful, detailed open-world and a haunting soundtrack, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is non-linear storytelling at its best.

The world ended 30 minutes ago. It is time to begin.

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