This War of Mine coming to consoles in January 

A harrowing tale of true survival set amongst the desolation of a besieged city, the critically acclaimed and multiple award-winning This War Of Mine dared to push players outside of their comfort zone, whilst redefining an entire genre. Now, get ready for This War Of Mine: The Little Ones; the definitive edition of the globally praised phenomenon, set to once again challenge and inspire a gaming generation.

This War Of Mine: The Little Ones promises an unflinching portrayal of wartime survival viewed not through the eyes of an elite soldier, but from the unique perspective of a child. The introduction of children to the lauded mix of survival-strategy gameplay forms the basis for a wealth of new strategic action and emotional narrative content.
With a lack of food, limited or no medical supplies, and under the constant threat of danger from the world around, players will need to make life-or-death decisions just to make it through another day. In This War Of Mine: The Little Ones the reality of enduring war is contrasted with protecting and nurturing the innocence of youth. 
Michal Drozdowski, Creative Director at 11 bit studios says: “We had this idea from the very beginning and when Deep Silver appeared with an opportunity to make a console version, we’ve decided to expand our project and bring all the ideas to life in This War Of Mine: The Little Ones on current-gen consoles. You’ll see the experience for the first time at PAX Prime.”
This War Of Mine: The Little Ones has been completely retooled for new-gen gaming and contains all content previously released post-launch on PC. Developer 11 bit studios and publisher Deep Silver will release This War Of Mine: The Little Ones on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 29th January 2016. 


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