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The Tomorrow Children coming to PS4 from Q Games

The Tomorrow Children is a brand new title coming to the PS4 from Q Games.

Announced during the Sony GamesCom press conference, the game comes from the creators of the Pixel Junk series and is an ambitious 3D project.

Q Games’ Dylan Cuthbert described the game as a “little out of the box” and from the footage we saw, he’s probably about right.

You see workers in a Soviet Russian style environment building and destroying constructions under the watchful eye of the scary chap you can see above.

“The Tomorrow Children is the story of a future re-imagined from the after-effects of an experiment in 1960s Russia that attempted to ‘sublime’ the human race, or meld all human minds into one global consciousness. Unfortunately it went wrong and decimated the planet, and it took the next 90 years for the few humans left to rebuild to the point where they have created you, the player, as a ‘projection clone’. You’re tasked with venturing out into ‘The Void’ to reclaim the human race and restore it to its former glory!” said Cuthbert in a PlayStation Blog post.

See what you make of the trailer below:

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