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This War of Mine: Stories - Father's Promise

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Available on:PCNov 14, 2017

Developer: 11 bit studios

Genres: Survival, Simulation

Father's Promise DLC is an original tale set in the world of This War of Mine. It tells a story of family’s struggle to preserve the last pieces of humanity in times of despair and cruelty. Become Adam - a father trying to save his daughter from the horrors of war and leave the besieged city. Follow their steps and discover a story of love, hate and sacrifice - the emotions we all share in the darkest of days. DLC offers a brand new, distinctive experience with additional game mechanics and several hours of thought-provoking gameplay. It is also the opening of the first season of This War of Mine: Stories. The next episodes will follow in 2018. The Father's Promise DLC introduces: - a brand new storyline based on an audio-drama written by the famous Polish author, Łukasz Orbitowski - 4 completely new locations - 5 reconstructed and remastered locations - set of new game mechanics: dialogue and clue searching systems

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This War of Mine: Stories - Father's Promise Reviews

For the very modest price of this first chapter of the Stories DLC, it is hard to criticise. Starting at $1.99, or the season pass for $4.99, there is plenty of content here to entice fans who may have set This War of Mine down to pick it back up again. Hopefully, the rest of the stories match up to the quality on show here in terms of the narrative of the protagonist, Adam, and his journey to save his daughter and escape the besieged city. The same compelling gameplay, graphics and sound from back in 2014 remain, and placed on top is the forward momentum that a story brings.

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