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Release date: 14/11/2018

The Last Broadcast

The Last Broadcast is a brand new story in This War Of Mine universe:

  • 7 remastered locations
  • 4 new locations
  • new shelter
  • new playable characters
  • new radio mechanics
  • new investigating and reporting mechanics
  • new dilemmas mechanics
  • non-linear story with 6 different endings

‘The Last Broadcast’ is the second installment in the series of This War of Mine: Stories. Based on the idea by highly talented Meg Jayanth (80 Days) this episode explores the role of truth in a time of despair.

This long-awaited DLC introduces a completely new scenario, along with new gameplay mechanics, playable civilians and multiple endings, significantly surpassing in scale first episode in the series,

As a radio-operator broadcasting in a war-torn city, face the dilemma of whether there is a line beyond which the truth can be sacrificed. As Ira Glass once said: ‘In radio you have two tools. Sound and silence.