Last year, we got the announcement that Dontnod, the studio that was largely put on the map by the Life is Strange series, would be teaming with Microsoft for a new episodic series, Tell Me Why. The game will follow twins as they unravel their past with shared memories where they have to decide whose memory of past events to trust. Now, we see the beginning of that journey with a new clip.
The official Twitter released a clip from close to the games start. It features Alyson coming to pick up her brother, Tyler, in a somewhat awkward scene as the two try to reconnect after ten years apart. While the game has no as of yet revealed supernatural aspects like the Life is Strange series, you can see the DNA here both in the look, the music and the choice system.
No word yet on when Tell Me Why will release, but it’s still slated to come out this year for Xbox One and PC, with the promise that the gaps between episodes won’t be too long.
We just shared a never-before-seen clip from the beginning of Tell Me Why on @Microsoft's #PRIDE2020 stream!
In case you missed it, here's the moment where the Ronan twins reunite after living apart for ten years. pic.twitter.com/2222qppZpS
— Tell Me Why 🏳️⚧️ (@TellMeWhyGame) June 27, 2020
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