We Were Here Forever is an exciting cooperative puzzle adventure

How good are you at solving puzzles? And how good are you at keeping your cool while solving puzzles… together… with a partner? Find out in we were here foreverthe next game in our we were here series of cooperative puzzle adventures, set in and around the haunted Castle Rock Antarctica.

You and a partner take on the role of explorers who have somehow gotten caught up in the mystery of the castle. As with previous games in the series, we were here forever it’s all about two-player cooperative exploration and puzzle solving. Since the first game, cooperation has been our key design value: you must work together to escape. Few puzzles can be solved alone, and players often need to share information via walkie-talkies in order to progress. Talking is what will save you.


we were here revolves around a mysterious fortress in the realms of Castle Rock. As explorers in the frozen Antarctica, you come across this mysterious place, discover the legend of the king, and before you know it, you are trapped within its walls, where you must solve puzzles and discover many secrets to have a chance to escape. . For we were here forever We went above and beyond anything we’d done before, filling each area with detail that really brings each location to life, and for the first time, players will have to make some decisions about where to explore and in what order.

The game begins in a dungeon dug under the castle, but players will soon find themselves exploring further if they can find a way out of the fortress. The settlement of Rockbury used to be a pleasant Dutch town, but a terrible curse has turned it into a shadow of its former self. Exploring once-joyful places like the puppet workshop and chapel can be daunting, but stick together and you’ll gain valuable knowledge that could help you escape. You can learn more about Rockbury and Castle Rock before you explore it at we were here forever watching our series of live action videos: ‘we were here Tales: Chronicles of Castle Rock’. The first of six episodes is now available to watch, with the second coming very soon! New episodes will be released every two weeks.

You start the game imprisoned and split up in the fortress dungeon – you won’t see your partner right away, but it won’t be long before you can find each other. Varying the experience between side-by-side co-op and separate co-op worked very well in we were here togetherand we knew we had to bring it back to Always. Of course, you will be separated again at times throughout the adventure, so it is important to get used to maintaining regular communication. Let your partner know what you are seeing, thinking, and feeling. You’ll need to combine your knowledge to solve puzzles, and something that seems silly to you could be the missing piece of the puzzle for your partner.

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And if you think solving puzzles alone is satisfying, let us tell you, solving puzzles with someone else feels twice as good! Just keep in mind that in addition to solving puzzles and unraveling the mystery, your relationship with your partner might also be tested, but it will most likely bring you even closer together in the long run. Playing online with strangers is also perfectly possible, and now we’ve added matchmaking to make it even easier! You may find yourself making an unexpected connection with your unknown partner. When you really get involved and immerse yourself in the moment, we were here forever it is an intimate experience like no other.


Every game in we were here The series is independent, but if you are a fan of the story, we recommend that you play Always after completing the others. There are some big reveals coming up, not to mention a chance at an audience with the King of Castle Rock. But, as our long-term fans will acknowledge, nothing will go exactly as he planned as there is always another force interfering with his plans… The Jester.

You may learn more before the we were here forever launch, about the dark shadow that hangs over Castle Rock with the live action video series as we mentioned earlier, but at the end of the day, it comes down to this: can you two find the same wavelength, work as one? , and discover a way out? Or you will be trapped… Always?

we were here forever launches this May on Xbox. Pick up we were here together And get ready for what’s to come!

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Embark on a puzzle-solving adventure where you and a partner must prove that you can communicate and work together to escape from haunted Castle Rock. It all starts with an emergency flare lighting up the sky and a distress call waking you up from a restless sleep. Your fellow Antarctic explorers are in trouble, and the two of you left behind at base camp must work together to launch a rescue mission. If you only knew what you’re getting into… From the research base camp you’ll need to find a way to get to the source of the distress flare. Once you’ve traversed the frozen wastelands of Antarctica, you’ll find yourself stranded inside a medieval castle, facing puzzles, secrets, and danger. You and your partner start with nothing but your wits and a walkie-talkie each. Observation, clever communication and teamwork will be the only way to escape from the sinister Castle Rock. Your voice will have to lead the way. You and your fellow expedition must traverse the Antarctic wasteland and infiltrate a sinister medieval castle. All it starts with is a pair of walkie-talkies: will they be able to work together on the same wavelength? Two minds will have to think alike. Immerse yourself in an intriguing cooperative experience as you and your partner make your way through a series of exciting situations. Discover new environments and mysteries, together. We were not alone… Darkness has taken over the once magnificent Castle Rock and its surroundings. Can you uncover the truth behind the fallen citadel’s grim fate and make it out alive…or will the original inhabitants catch you on your way out? PLAY MORE GAMES WE ARE HERE! If you enjoy We Were Here Together, don’t forget to check out our previous entries: We Were Here and We Were Here Too.