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The Tomorrow Children Turns Free-To-Play, And Gets A Launch Date… Sort Of [VIDEO]

Pixeljunk’s creators, Q-Games (with the help of SIE Japan Studio!) work on a survival/action social MMO called The Tomorrow Children, which is turning to a free-to-play model.

However, you can get the game earlier. While the F2P version got no launch date yet, you can play the game from September 6 if you buy the Founders Pack, which costs twenty dollars. Early access is one thing, but getting goodies is another. Here’s what you get by acquiring the Founders Pack:

 

  • Bourgeoisie papers — This is your first step to becoming a resident of The Void. By earning the “rezidenty” status, player’s will have the privilege to participate in creating structures and items to build your town, access to new tools, and the ability to build your very own house within the town. Also includes five F2P invitations to send to friends.
  • Lv1 Arms License — Unlocks access to higher-tier weapons at the weapons dealer in town (purchase items with in-game currency earned by completing various labor tasks).
  • Lv1 Tools License — Unlocks access to higher tier tools at the tool dealer in town (purchase items with in-game currency earned by completing various labor tasks).
  • Eagle Corp. Jetpack — This high-end Black Market paid item will take you to new heights, allowing you to reach otherwise inaccessible areas on tops of “islands” to mine resources and find hidden items.
  • Special costume — “Miner Gear” costume to customize your in-game “projection clone” character.
  • Exclusive PSN avatar pack — This is a pack containing three exclusive PSN avatars limited to the Founders Pack.
  • 1000 Freeman Dollars — Currency that can be used at the black market to purchase a variety of high-powered weapons, tools, and more, and can also be used as bribes to government officials for quick personal benefit. (This is separate from the in-game credits collected from the town’s City Hall after completing various labor tasks, which are used at the normal vendors in town.)

 

The game, which got announced two years ago, seems promising, even with its Pixar art style. Here’s a quite lengthy video from a previous beta version. The children can end up getting your attention in no time.

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