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Tell Me Why: Chapters 1-3 is free on Steam and XBOX until Jul 1


DONTNOD is giving away FREE copies of their adventure game Tell Me Why: Chapters 1-3 on Xbox. You can also get all 3 chapters for free on Steam during June.

Tell Me Why: Chapters 1-3 is free on PC and XBOX

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ABOUT THE GAME:

Tell Me Why is the latest narrative adventure game from DONTNOD Entertainment, the studio behind the beloved franchise, Life is Strange. In this intimate mystery, reunited twins Tyler and Alyson Ronan use their supernatural bond to unravel the memories of their loving but troubled childhood. Set in beautiful small-town Alaska, Tell Me Why features true-to-life characters, mature themes and gripping choices.

As you conjure up memories of the past, your choices will affect the twins’ relationship, determine the strength of their bond, and shape the course of their lives.
Tell Me Why’s exiting first episode is now free!

Tell Me Why (Steam version) has Very Positive user reviews and it usually costs $16.79

HOW TO GET THIS GAME FOR FREE:

Just head over to Microsoft Store and select “add to your library”. Note that you must be logged in to do this. After you add the game to your library you can keep it forever.

PS users must search for this game in PSN and add it to your account.

Steam users can also get all 3 chapters for free at this link. Enjoy!


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23 COMMENTS

  1. Ain’t nothin’ but a heartache…

    Also, I think that it is not available to some regions.

  2. Dude, cant get it, neither from steam nor Microsoft store.. unavailable in the region.. any help?

  3. This game is unavailable in Pakistan. I have tried both Steam and Microsoft Store and both showed region unavailability.
    There is a workaround for this albeit you could only claim the game through MS Store. Go to your Windows settings, search region and click the first option(region settings), in country or region option click the drop down menu and select US(United States) as your region. Reopen MS Store (it will ask you to refresh if it is already open), open the game page and click get.

  4. The game involves trans people, and the Moroccan government doesn’t have a great record as far as LGBT rights are concerned, so far more likely due to that than the devs.

  5. I redeemed the first episode and when I clicked on the other episodes (which were still showing as full price) it said they were already in my library.

  6. Haha, great times, heard it playing on the radio so many times during my childhood😂
    😂
    😂.

  7. I had the Chapter 1 since last year but Steam won’t let me add the chapter 2 and 3. It just said on the DLC page that I have the main game but it didn’t indicate that the DLC is in my game Library. I found a solution so here’s what I’ve done:

    1. Open Steam Library
    2. Right Click on the game Tell Me Why
    3. Hover to Manage
    4. Select Remove from Account

    Once the game is removed from your account, Go to the game page again and Add the Main Game again “Chapter 1” and the remaining 2 Chapters DLC will be automatically added to your Steam Account. If on the DLC page still says “(!)You have the main game”, restart your Steam. It should say on the DLC page “(!)In Library” and should also have “Play Now” button

  8. ikr I confirm that. I’m from morocco and this reason does make sense since the government doesn’t support LGBT, I was wondering why the game isn’t available in my country since I was able previously to claim every single game without a problem so thank you for this clarification.

  9. You’re right mate, here among the public area LGBT is not tolerated but I don’t think the Moroccan government would even care if such a game exist in Morocco, I highly doubt it, it’s not actually that strict like other Arab/Muslim Countries for real. We’re very open minded, exactly just like Turkey.
    But now I got it I understood! thanks for the information mate I appreciate it.

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