Life is Strange 2 Release Trailer

New Life Is Strange 2 Trailer Is Out and It Has a Mistake

We have only several days to go until the release of Life Is Strange 2 after a long wait. The game will finally hit the digital shelves on September 27, which is just when Square Enix and DONTNOD announced a while ago. In the meantime, you may enjoy the new official launch trailer published by the developers. Before we dwell into what it reveals about the game, let’s mention that the video has a mistake.

During the first several seconds of the video, you will notice that the “first out of five episodes are out now.” This is probably not an actual mistake, but the trailer was made to be published after the release. However, the developers decided to release it sooner and the careful viewers immediately noticed that. There will be, however, a total of five episodes of Life Is Strange 2 and that part is true, but we will have to wait for a couple more days to play the first chapter of this adventure.

Life Is Strange 2 – Story and Features

The crucial thing to mention is that the developers emphasize we should expect an entirely fresh selection of characters, settings, players’ power, and features to reveal. The plot follows Sean and Daniel Diaz, brothers who are 16 and 9 years old and trying to escape the police. Something happened in their lives and changed them forever. That is why they were forced to leave their Seattle home and head for Mexico. The older brother believes that is where they can get a new opportunity to have a normal life.

You might remember that we had the chance to play a free addition to the LIS franchise during the summer. If you still haven’t we suggest playing a 2-hour story about the Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit. According to the developers, this is a “step towards the next installment,” but we don’t know will the characters from this little game be a part of the story in Life Is Strange 2.

We do know that LIS 2 will have a total of five episodes and will be available for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

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