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  • Summary: In this second piece of handcrafted Season Pass content, you play as Wellington Wells’ most beloved rock star, Nick Lightbearer, in a brand-new story! Heartthrob, artist, and personal trainwreck Nick Lightbearer is adored by legions of fans—until disaster strikes when a Nick-centric fanIn this second piece of handcrafted Season Pass content, you play as Wellington Wells’ most beloved rock star, Nick Lightbearer, in a brand-new story! Heartthrob, artist, and personal trainwreck Nick Lightbearer is adored by legions of fans—until disaster strikes when a Nick-centric fan convention is plagued by a string of murders. When all signs point to him as the killer, how will he reconcile the disturbing overlap between his own blackouts and the killings? Lightbearer adds fresh combat, puzzles, and more to We Happy Few:Enjoy a new story full of sex, drugs, and rock n’ roll with a Wellington Wells twist. Check out new handcrafted environments such as Nick’s favorite Music Shop. Wield Nick’s Guitar or throw Golden Records to fend off fans & paparazzi with the power of music. Cut right to the rock – you’re busy enough being a star without adding eating, sleeping, and crafting to the mix. Trip your way through puzzles that’ll expand your mind. Expand
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  1. Aug 14, 2019
    Lightbearer is a marked improvement on the main game, and it feels as though the DLC is the kind of story-driven experience the team behind We Happy Few wanted to make all along. It somehow makes the main game retroactively worse, while also being intensely confusing. The story is short, which is a mercy, but it’s very hard to say this DLC is the reason to jump into We Happy Few and give it a shot, because there still isn’t really any reason to do so.
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