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DONTNOD Entertainment has confirmed that sentimental, choice-based, time-travel episodic adventure game Life is Strange is getting a sequel. This is a logical move, as the first part enjoyed much acclaim and managed to move 3 million copies worldwide. The French developer has been working on the next game since the release of Life is Strange’s box version in January 2016. Unfortunately, the team are not ready to talk details or show anything from their project in the nearest future.
Starting today Life is Strange Episode 1 is being given away for free across all platforms, but there is no information whether this is a temporary offer. Console editions are already available at no cost in PlayStation Store and Xbox Store, whereas the Steam PC version is likely to follow later today. This is a perfect chance to hook on this award-winning, choice-based episodic adventure by DONTNOD Entertainment, and experience the adventures of Max, a high-school student who discovers she has the power to reverse time.
The second season of Life is Strange is most probably at works, as revealed by Alain Damasio, who worked on the script for the first game, and would also be returning for Life is Strange 2. The news was shared in a French interview, which was since edited to suggest otherwise. However, several sources noticed the quiet announcement of the sequel.
The final episode of Life is Strange adventure game is coming out next month. More precisely, Episode 5 entitled Polarized is planned to be released on October 20, 2015, almost 3 months after the last one appeared in July, and 9 months counting down from January, when the first part came out.