“With Them: Frontlines” Video Game Aims to Raise Awareness for Veteran Mental Health

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Video games have been used for entertainment for decades, but now they are being used to raise awareness for veteran mental health. "With Them: Frontlines" is a new video game that aims to bring attention to the high suicide rate among veterans of the video game generation. The game is based on real military veterans and their experiences, and is set to launch on PC on November 27, 2023.

"With Them: Frontlines" Game Launches to Support Veteran Mental Health

The "With Them: Frontlines" game is an initiative that aims to raise awareness about veteran mental health and reduce the high suicide rate among veterans of the video game generation. Developed by "ORE System" in Austin, TX, USA, the game utilizes technology, particularly video games, to showcase the stories of veterans who have shared their experiences and encourage others to do the same. The aim is to promote a more informed conversation with healthcare providers and enhance the gameplay experience.

The game will also feature the ability to sync with an application that connects to wearables and smartphones to collect data to share with healthcare providers facilitating a more direct discussion between patient and provider. This information can be used as a part of the initial screening process to establish baselines for treated patients and evaluated throughout applied therapeutics to gauge the response to other therapies. With integrated monetization, the game supports the further development and support for veteran charities.

IndieGoGo Campaign and Real-Life Experiences Highlighted in Game

The IndieGoGo campaign for "With Them: Frontlines" is set to launch on 3/27/2023. The campaign will feature real-life experiences of veterans and their struggles with mental health. The game will also have a single-player campaign that provides a first-person experience of what a real military veteran experienced in their own words. Through storytelling and first-hand accounts by real military veterans, a fully immersive game environment, and storyline is created. This integrates audio, video, and represented gameplay to recreate the event for the player.

The game provides a first-person experience to remove the stigma of a veteran sharing their experience and story through gameplay. The multiplayer first-person shooter portion of the game provides a gameplay experience similar to Call of Duty (CoD) but features real military veterans as playable characters. A playable mini-documentary will also be available to allow the player to "be there" and understand what each featured veteran experienced. The game also aims to showcase the bravery and sacrifices that veterans make for their country while providing a fun and engaging gameplay experience for players.

"With Them: Frontlines" is a new video game that uses technology to raise awareness for veteran mental health. By showcasing the real-life experiences of veterans, the game aims to reduce the high suicide rate among veterans of the video game generation. The game also provides a fun and engaging gameplay experience for players while supporting veteran charities. Join us now in supporting this important cause and sign up for the "With Them" newsletter at https://withthem.co/newsletter/.

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