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Fragments of Him Launches May 3 for PC; Xbox One and PS4 to follow in 2016


Fragments of Him Launches May 3 for PC; Xbox One and PS4 to follow in 2016

Independent developer Sassybot has announced today that its narrative video game Fragments of Him will be available on May 3 for PC. The developer also announced that a Xbox One version will be released soon with the PlayStation 4 version to follow later in the year. A launch trailer which you can view below has also been released for the interactive drama that tells a story of love, memories, and hopes.

Fragments of Him revolves around the main character Will’s sudden death and its impact on the people who are closest to him. Players experience in a two and a half hours long story-driven first-person adventure the last moments in Wills life and dive into the memories of three people he leaves behind a: His partner Harry, who returns to an empty apartment, in the everything reminds him of his partner, Sarah, the ex-girlfriend, who was a friend later well with the couple and Mary, his grandmother, who feels left alone and by society in the lurch. The game is played from the first-person perspective, while the story outside the protagonist is driven, producing a unique second-person experience.

Elwin Verploegen, co-founder of Sassybot:

“Than three years ago, we began to work on the game with a Game Jam and since then experienced an incredible adventure. We are delighted that our history Player soon finally experience itself. We are always overwhelmed by how moved our audience the game is and how much it estimates an emotionally honest title, which deals with a difficult subject and still is encouraging.”

Fragments of Him will be released on May 3 for Steam (PC) for € 19.99 / $ 19.99 / £ 14.99. The Xbox One version successfully shortly. Other assets, including new screenshots and the latest trailer, check here .

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