Fragments of Him now available for Xbox One
Fragments of Him is a new game that was recently released for Microsoft’s Xbox One, available now on the Xbox Store. In it, the players will experience the lives of four people connected by both love and the tragedy of an accident. You will walk with Will on his last morning along with his final thoughts. Then you will walk with Mary, Will’s grandmother, where you will learn about his childhood, their conflict, and how they reconciled after putting aside their differences. Will’s girlfriend and his first love, Sarah, while Harry is Will’s partner, appearings when the accident happens.
Fragments of Him is categorized as other because it is not a traditional video game, but rather an interactive artwork of sorts. It’s played in first-person view and players guide the characters through the story, making the game rely more on the plot instead of puzzles or difficulty. While it may not be for everyone, we are pretty sure there are a good number of people out there that will find this game awesome.
Fragments of Him was been developed and published by Sassybot and the game was released on May 3, 2016 for Windows PC, making the move to Xbox One just now. However, if you own a PlayStation 4 console, Fragments of Him will be released for your console later in 2017. Unfortunately, Sassybot hasn’t specified when exactly the game will be released for PlayStation 4, but as soon as we find out, we will let you know!
What are your thoughts about this new game? Will you try it out, or it is too boring for you?
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