Channel Your Inner Soviet – The Tomorrow Children Now Free-to-Play


Sony Interactive Entertainment and Q-Games have announced that tThe Tomorrow Children is now free to play.

The game originally launched as a paid “early access” release back in August of this year – it was always set for a free-to-play release at some point.

Alongside the free version, there’s a $19.99 “Frontier Pack” that comes with: Bourgeoisie papers, Lv1. Arms License, Lv1. Tools License, EagleCorp Jetpack, three avatars and 500 Freeman dollars. If you’re a PlayStation Plus member, you’ll also get an exclusive costume.


In celebration of the game’s free-to-play launch, an exclusive Halloween bonus costume (featured above) is going to be available, from October 26th through November 2nd.

Finally, Q-Games has updated the game itself with a sizeable patch, adding new content (new islands, tools, facilities, powers, missions, and costumes), and more.

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  1. Spooky Jack
    Spooky Jack
    October 25, 2016 at 7:03 pm

    Ah, damn, I thought this game was gonna be payed with no micros, what a shame

  2. Mr0303
    October 25, 2016 at 7:07 pm

    I like the style of the game, but the beta convinced me to not get it. It is pretty grindy and there is no endgame as far as I can tell. If nothing else it is a great allegory for communism.

  3. GameZard
    October 25, 2016 at 7:09 pm

    So the game must not be performing well? I hate free to play games.

  4. Uncle Ocelot
    Uncle Ocelot
    October 25, 2016 at 8:23 pm

    Apparently it was always meant to be free to play.

  5. OSad
    October 25, 2016 at 9:04 pm

    This game did not seem great in its early stage. There was a lot of waiting and tedious labor for no personal gain whatsoever. Once a town is “complete”, you’re dumped unceremoneously back at the settlement selection screen and expected to do it all over again and enjoy it.

    It encapsulated communism perfectly.