The Tomorrow Children Will Now Be Free-To-Play

Developed by SIE Japan Studio and Q-Games, The Tomorrow Children is a collaborative adventure building game available exclusively for the PlayStation 4. Now, almost two months after it’s initial release, the game is now free for all players.

This news comes courtesy of an official post on the PlayStation Blog, where the developers made the announcement. On top of the game going free-to-play, there is also a major new patch that will address user feedback. Additionally, new content such as new islands, tools, costumes, powers, facilities, missions, etc. will also be added to the game.


Dylan Cuthbert, president at Q-Games, had this to say:

“It gives me great pleasure to announce that that The Tomorrow Children will be free for everyone to download and play starting later today. Alongside it, we will also be releasing the “Frontier Pack” ($19.99) which will come with the Bourgeoisie papers, Lv1. Arms License, Lv1. Tools License, EagleCorp Jetpack, 3 avatars and 500 Freeman dollars ($25 value) Those of you who are PS Plus members will also be provided with an exclusive costume!”

Set in a Soviet themed post apocalyptic dystopian world, The Tomorrow Children is an online sandbox where players must cooperate with others to build towns and defend them from monstrous invaders.

The Tomorrow Children now features a persistent online world

The game is officially free-to-play for the PlayStation 4 starting from 25th October, 2016.

Huzaifah Durrani

Writer at GearNuke. Spends his days reading Deadpool comics and obsessing over the Elder Scrolls franchise.

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