This guide for Firewatch includes all of the necessary information that will let you complete the entire game and discover its puzzles. In this guide, you can find a detailed walkthrough that presents ways to complete each day and task presented to you. Also, this guide includes a chapter devoted to notes and documents which you can collect, alongside their whereabouts. In here, you will find a detailed description of the basic game mechanics, as well as the way to build your relationship with Delilah. The guide also includes a chapter devoted to controls. Firewatch is a small adventure game developed by Campo Santo which runs on the Unity engine. In the game, you take on the role of a forest ranger in Wyoming, whose main mission is to spot fires. While on duty, Henry has to deal with several difficulties, while relying only on himself and on the radio support from his superordinate Delilah. To great extent, the game focuses on exploration and constructing of the story, basing on what you find and what you experience.
This guide for Firewatch includes:
- a detailed walkthrough for each day, including the results of actions taken,
- exact whereabouts of notes and documents, alongside their descriptions,
- a chapter describing basic game mechanics,
- a chapter devoted to radio conversations with Delilah.
Norbert "Norek" Jedrychowski (www.gamepressure.com)
About Firewatch Game Guide & Walkthrough
Author : Norbert "Norek" Jedrychowski for gamepressure.com
last update : May 5, 2016
Guide contains : 17 pages, 97 images.
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Firewatch Video Game
- genre: Adventure
- developer: Campo Santo
- publisher: Campo Santo
- platform: PC, PS4
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