Almost two months after launch, The Tomorrow Children has gone free to play.
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Almost two months after it’s launch, The Tomorrow Children will be going free to play Q-Games have announced. In a post on the PlayStation Blog Q-Games President Dylan Cuthbert made the announcement, alongside announcing the Frontier Pack. The Frontier Pack will cost $19.99, and is valued at $25. The pack will contain:

  • Bourgeoisie papers
  • Lv1. Arms License
  • Lv1. Tools License
  • EagleCorp Jetpack
  • 3 avatars
  • 500 Freeman dollars
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Those of you on PSPlus will also receive a free extra exclusive costume. Those of you who login to the game between 26th October and 2nd November will also get a bonus costume that features a skull mask. The post goes on to say that new content will be coming to the game, such as new islands, tools, void powers and more.

The Tomorrow Children tells the tale of an experiment gone wrong, which melts the planet into something known as the Void. Years later a handful of survivors begin attempting to rebuild civilisation, but their attempts are halted by the Izverg. Mankind learns to make projection clones; new life forms capable of searching the depths of the Void for preserved human DNA. Players play as these clones, and must venture into the Void with others to help humanity rebuild civilisation.

Will you be grabbing this game? I’ve never looked into it but, while reviews seem mixed, I will be trying it I think. I mean, it’s free after all. What do you guys think of this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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