The As Dusk Falls companion app makes making choices in game easy, just use your phone or tablet to vote with or against your friends. Reveal insights about yourself and those you play with as you discover the underlying values of your decisions. How to use: First, you’ll need As Dusk Falls in order to play the game. See https://www.asduskfalls.com/ for ways to play. Once you have the game installed, download and install the Companion App. Make sure your mobile device is on the same Wi-Fi network that your game is running on and your game will recognize your phone as an input device. On your game screen, you’ll see an option to “Change Input Device”. Select the phone icon and you’ll be ready to go. In Game Actions: In As Dusk Falls you will make choices that have a powerful impact on the characters’ lives. Use the Companion App to vote for in game decisions that may lead to unexpected consequences. You can also use it to complete quick time action events and override choices if you’re playing multiplayer. Multiplayer: As Dusk Falls supports up to eight players at a time. With the As Dusk Falls Companion App, as long as one person is hosting the game, eight people can play together using their phones as input devices. This means little to no gaming experience is required to experience the uncompromising crime drama that is As Dusk Falls, anyone that knows how to use a phone can play along! The Companion App requires little to no gaming experience, so you can share this uncompromising crime drama with up to seven others using local co-op Game sold separately. As Dusk Falls is an original interactive drama from INTERIOR/NIGHT that explores the entangled lives of two families across thirty years. Starting in 1998 with a robbery-gone-wrong in small town Arizona, the choices you make have a powerful impact on the characters’ lives in this uncompromising story of betrayal, sacrifice and resilience. Drive the lives and relationships of multiple characters in a decades-spanning story told across two intense books. Replay the story again and again to uncover vastly different outcomes for the characters and explore hidden nuances behind every decision. Will your characters survive unscathed? What kind of people will they ultimately become? Online console multiplayer/co-op requires Xbox Game Pass Ultimate or Xbox Live Gold (memberships sold separately).
Complete trash. Entered the code on the console, into the phone app and it keeps saying it doesn’t exist.
Why is Microsoft’s stuff always broken? Game does not work as claimed.
It Works! BUT You Must Install The Game
I like everyone else was having issues with the app connecting to the game. The instructions are vague, and I couldn’t find a code. Well, that was because I was playing on the cloud. Once I played a bit and enjoyed the game enough to install it, a whole slew of options proc’ed, which had not while gaming on the cloud. Once you install the game, the option to select control device unlocks. That’s where you will find your code and sync both devices. Aside from that, I am giving this 3 stars. It works, but not without some hiccups. Firstly, no distinction is provided for cloud support, or lack there of. Secondly, I did experience lag at times which costed me some QTE’s, but this may just be a general issue with the game, and not the controls. Finally, when controlling via mobile device, the Xbox does not recognize this as activity. So, eventually it wants to enter hibernation mode. Not game breaking but annoying. I extended the sleep mode to 60 minutes which seems to be the maximum allowable limit on the console (Series X). I didn’t see an option to turn it off entirely. So every hour you have to pause the game, and just press the guide button to wake up the controller and proceed. A slight oversight, which is probably an easy fix. Outside of that, I think more of these games should practice this. QTE’s with controllers was always a clunky exercise, and using your mobile device is as close to a keyboard as you can get. Looking forward to a more streamlined approach to this in the future.
The game itself rocks! I have issues mashing my stick for some choices and screw up, so I’m trying to use my phone as the controller but it won’t connect and keeps saying my game doesn’t exist. I’m in the same Wi-Fi for both my phone and Xbox. No clue. O well
Great game, broken app
This app is useless since is says I entered an invalid code and it says it can’t connect. I’m 100% sure the code I entered was correct.
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