Life is Strange Prequel Confirmed at E3 2017 – Release Date Announced (VIDEO)
It was recently leaked that a potential Life is Strange prequel is in the works. However, it was stated that it would be a different developer taking charge of the game. It was presumed that it would take place shortly before the events that transpired in the first installment. Well, according to the trailer that debuted during Microsoft’s E3 presentation, the leak has proven to be true.
Life is Strange: Before the Storm is a new three part standalone story adventure set three years before the events of the first game. This time play as Chloe Price, a rebel who forms an unlikely friendship with Rachel Amber in dramatic new story in the BAFTA award winning franchise.”
With the first of three episodes set to arrive on August 31, 2017, the Life is Strange prequel will surely bring the feels. As stated in the description above, fans will play as Chloe a few years before Max returns to Arcadia Bay. Those who played the first game will also remember Rachel Amber, who became Chloe’s best friend in Max’s absence. The trailer for Before the Storm will instantly bring on a flood of emotions for returning players. Check it out for yourself:
The Life is Strange prequel is being published by Square Enix and developed by Deck Nine Games. If Dontnod Entertainment isn’t part of this, that means there is a good chance a sequel is still on the way. Either way, the more Life is Strange there is, the better off we all will be. Even if we get hit with all of the emotions. Before the Storm will be available on PC(Steam), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One when it launches in August.
What say you, gamers? Excited to see more of the story before Max returned to the Bay? What do you believe will happen throughout the Life is Strange prequel? Drop those thoughts and theories in the comments section below, and be sure to follow DFTG on Twitter for live gaming and entertainment news 24/7!
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