Pride Month is giving everyone with an Xbox a free Tell Me Why

Tell Me Why tells the story of siblings Tyler and Alyson.



Tell Me Why tells the story of siblings Tyler and Alyson.

Today is Pride Month again and of course it needs to be celebrated. Among other things with free titles like this one: Who Tell Me Why If you don’t know and own it yet, you can now get the game for Xbox completely free of charge. On the occasion of Pride Month not only the first chapter is free, but really everything. The campaign aims to support the LGBTQIA+ community.

Grab the excellent Tell Me Why now for free

How it works: If you don’t already have Tell Me Why, you can grab the three chapters of the story game now on the Xbox and Microsoft Stores respectively. All you have to do is visit the store on Xbox or your PC and select the price displayed as free to add the game to your library. The game is then yours and you can keep it even if you don’t get to play it within that month. The campaign runs until June 30th.

You can get one here Trailer for Tell Me Why look at:

Tell Me Why - Launch trailer for the new Dontnod adventure






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Tell Me Why – Launch trailer for the new Dontnod adventure

That’s what it’s about: In Tell Me Why you play the siblings Tyler and Alyson. Both actually meet again to sell their mother’s house, but the whole thing develops into a sometimes very painful journey into the family past. As you advance the story through certain memories, you’ll learn more about your mother and solve some shallower mysteries. Here is our GamePro test:

Awarded LGBTQIA* Representation: Among other things, because Tyler is a trans man and Tell Me Why deals with this topic very carefully and successfully, the game was awarded the GLAAD Media Award in 2021.

Accordingly, the title goes well with Pride Month, for which Tell Me Why was given away last year. June is intended to commemorate the Stonewall Riots, which are considered a kind of starting signal for the civil LGBTQIA+ movement. A GamePro statement on the occasion of this month about tolerance and diversity can be found here.

Reference-www.gamepro.de