Q-Games’ “Children of Tomorrow” returns 4 years after closing

Pixeljunk developer Q-Games is resuming its very strange PlayStation 4 online adventure, Children tomorrowAs part of an arrangement with Sony Interactive Entertainment, the original publisher of the game, the game closed more than four years later. Q-Games announced on Tuesday that it has won Children tomorrow From Sony, and plans to “rebuild” free games with updated gameplay.

Q-Games stated in a press release that it plans to “record and provide exciting development updates to bring the game back to life.” In a statement, Q-Games founder Dylan Cuthbert thanks two fans for their investment in this game-this game has only been officially launched for about a year-thanks to Sony for returning the IP and the game to Q-Games.

“I am now adjusting and remaking parts of the game every week, and I hope everyone can follow and participate in this process,” Cuthbert said. “We plan to make some better changes and give Children tomorrow Restarting it deserves it! “

Children tomorrow Launched on PS4 in 2016, it is a free large-scale cooperative multiplayer game. In the game, the player plays the role of a disaster survivor in the Soviet era, hoping to rebuild civilization in an environment known as the void. Players collaborate to build buildings, turrets, and other defensive structures as they rebuild towns and defend against giant monsters called Izverg. Tomorrow’s child It has a unique graphics rendering style and alternative future “new Soviet” aesthetics.

Although unique and loved by hardcore fans, Tomorrow’s child It has received cool critical responses for its sometimes tedious, repetitive gameplay, and the rewards of these games do not seem to be impressive.