Microsoft’s Game Preview program gives gamers and developers the opportunity to test projects prior to their full release. Both sides are able to contribute feedback to help improve a game. Much like Steam’s Early Access program, Xbox Game Preview helps a project become a far better experience than it ever could have been without early access.

Last year at E3 2016, a reveal that took people by surprise was the debut of We Happy Few. The new survival horror game had people buzzing around the Los Angeles Convention Center and the intrigue has not subsided. Its beautiful art direction and creepy universe project a world worth becoming immersed in.

Microsoft and Compulsion Games have partnered to bring We Happy Few to Xbox One. The game is also coming to PC, but the studio’s partnership with Xbox happened because of Microsoft’s enthusiasm for the game. Compulsion Games community developer Naila Hadjas spoke about why the studio decided to team up with Microsoft.

“Microsoft really liked the project and were very supportive of our vision. They had also just launched their Game Preview program and wanted us on board. Since we wanted to release in Early Access it was perfect for us. With their support, and the support of our Game Preview players, we have already made a better game than we might have otherwise,” Hadjas told We Write Things.

We Happy Few will be a game that fully launches in the coming months. The first-person game seems to be striking some incredibly excellent notes when it comes to atmosphere. The city of Wellington Wells is quite charming and possesses plenty of intriguing qualities.

Compulsion Games is working hard on We Happy Few, and continues to make changes to the experience. The game is currently on Steam Early Access and Xbox Game Preview. When the game launches, it’ll be available on Xbox One and PC. Stick around here at We Write Things for more on We Happy Few.

About Steve Ruygrok

Gaming, Spirits, and Craft Beer enthusiast. If you say you don't like beer, then you just haven't had the right type yet. Great spirits keep away the bad ones. Video games are kind of amazing, just do it...or something like that.

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