Arclight Creations' Survival HELP WILL COME TOMORROW Gets a Touching Launch Trailer Today
Mechanic: Bartosz Sobczak
Category: Real-Time Strategy Games
Arclight Creations' Help Will Come Tomorrow is indeed coming to PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC tomorrow, allowing players to decide the fate of a group of nine passengers who survived the mysterious catastrophe of Trans-Siberian railway. The fast-approaching video game takes place in an "uninhabitable Siberian wilderness," so making sure that all of them beat the terrible odds definitely won't be an easy task.
"We sincerely hope that some of the players will find even more in our game and that it will reach them not only as a ‘message’ but more as an inspiration," producer Kamil Szelągowski told GamingBolt. According to Arclight, Help Will Come Tomorrow tackles real issues such as social inequality and prejudice.
"We don’t want to impose anything on anyone. Our goal is to indicate that everybody have their own background, story and traits, but there is always a chance, that complete opposites can trust and help each other to get out of difficult situation. We want to talk about overcoming people’s hate and prejudice for each other. To point negative effects of radicalism which, as the history shows, leads to a place from where it’s hard to go back," Szelągowski explained.
When it comes to Help Will Come Tomorrow's game mechanics, the ambitious title shares some similarities with Don't Starve, asking players to gather necessary resources, expand the camp and explore its world.
With Help Will Come Tomorrow making its (hopefully successful) debut literally tomorrow, be sure to learn more about the main characters and story of the brand-new production in the launch trailer down below:
In a uninhabitable Siberian wilderness, in a wake of October Revolution, a group of passengers survives the mysterious catastrophe of Trans-Siberian railway train. They must endure in a harsh ice-clad climate until rescue arrives. Facing many dangers, their own weaknesses and, above all, their own prejudice.
Help Will Come Tomorrow is coming to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PC (via Steam and GOG) on April 21, 2020.