Everybody's Gone to the Rapture was a game that landed on many people's best of the year lists for last year. Developed by The Chinese Room, known for Dear Esther and Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, and the people at Sony Santa Monica Studios, the PS4 exclusive, told a simple story, as you explore a village where everyone seems to have mysteriously vanished.
It seems the game may be getting a Steam release. according to a Steam store, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture has a listing. The listing does not have a release date, specs, or really anything beyond a header image and name, but this could mean people who do not currently have a PS4 may soon have a chance to play the unique 2015 experience.
The listing outlines "Everybody's Gone to the Rapture for Beta Testing" as one of the latest additions to the app, along with "Everybody's Gone to the Rapture Developer Comp", these normal signs mean the company is testing for release.
Since Sony has had a hand in the development, it is unclear if and when The Chinese Room can release it on other platforms. But with a title this unique, it will be good to see more players who may not have a PS4, have a chance to play and enjoy one of the best atmospheric games of 2015. With no announcement from The Chinese Room on the matter, all this should be taken as a rumour until further confirmation.