It's one of the most promising new PlayStation 4 exclusives for 2015, but gamers will have to respond in droves if they want a physical version.
Everybody's Gone to the Rapture developer The Chinese Room has been answering some fan questions on Twitter , and one of those questions involved the possibility of a physical release.
The creators simply responded by saying it won't happen unless the game sells "a very large number of copies." As for the length:
Well, Journey was only two hours and it remains one of the most decorated and beloved games ever. Can Everybody's Gone to the Rapture scale such artistic heights? Find out this week; it's ready to go as of today, August 11.