If you haven't already read through my review of Firewatch or simply played the game, then you can do so here. Just to be certain though, even though the title should be a pretty blunt about it this will contain spoilers. End of warnings:
Firewatch is a game unlike most you’ve probably ever played. If you really love big action, life and death decisions, and feeling like you’re in control then this is decidedly not the game for you. Firewatch is a game about loss, escape, isolation, and a solitary connection through a walkie talkie. You play as Henry, a middle aged man who is at a crossroads in his life. His wife has come down with a serious illness and her care has been taken away from him by her family. His life in a downward spiral Henry takes a job out in the middle of a National Park in Wyoming to get away from everything. There he “meets” Deliah, his supervisor and with very few exceptions the only other person Henry talks to the whole game.