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There's another 'Life is Strange' on the way

Posted by , 18 May 2017 at 7:08 pm UTC / 4584 views
Developer DONTNOD has announced that they are working on another Life is Strange title! Exciting, considering how much I enjoyed the Linux port.

Check out their announcement in this video:
Also announced in this blog post.

They said they've been working on a new Life is Strange since they released the boxed version, so it's been in development for a while already.

You can find my original review and port report on Life is Strange here.

Hopefully Feral Interactive are on good terms with DONTNOD so that we will see it ported to Linux, here's to hoping!
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diego2311 19 May 2017 at 11:43 pm UTC
That's so cool, can't wait to play

g000h 20 May 2017 at 4:28 pm UTC
Good to use the Spoiler function to avoid spoiling the game for people that haven't played it yet:

Spoiler, click me
I just shared some plot info which you won't know unless you finished the game.

skinnyraf 21 May 2017 at 7:02 am UTC
Reading through spoilers here, I have just realised that the sequel might mean that DONTNOD will have to spoil it, which ending is "canonical".

Unless they sidestep it completely by telling an unrelated story of someone else who can rewind time...

Kimyrielle 21 May 2017 at 3:47 pm UTC
skinnyrafReading through spoilers here, I have just realised that the sequel might mean that DONTNOD will have to spoil it, which ending is "canonical".

Unless they sidestep it completely by telling an unrelated story of someone else who can rewind time...

I think they indicated back then that a potential follow-up would involve new characters.

Spoiler, click me
I am not even sure if they can reuse the rewind time theme, as the first game established the flow of time as impossible to change in the long run. Which means we'd -again- end up with a game where nothing you do matters in the end.

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