A long-awaited sequel from DONTNOD Entertainment.
Life is Strange 2 is an adventure game made by DONTNOD Entertainment and published by Square Enix. Life on the road is tough and now totally responsible for his much younger brother, Sean begins to realise that his decisions will impact their lives forever… Two brothers Sean and Daniel Diaz, 16 and 9, are forced to run away from home after a tragic incident in Seattle. In fear of the police, Sean & Daniel head to Mexico while attempting to conceal a sudden and mysterious supernatural power. Sean can interact with the environment, obtain objects, and talk with non-player characters via dialogue trees. Decisions that were made in the game demo The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit will carry over into Life Is Strange 2; choices in Life Is Strange 2 will lead to different branches in the storyline and affect Daniel’s behaviour.
Release Date: 26 Sep, 2018
Developer: DONTNOD Entertainment
Publisher: Square Enix
Life is Strange 2
OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel Core i3-2100 (3.1GHz) or AMD Phenom X4 945 (3.0GHz)
RAM: 4 GB
GRAPHIC: Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 2GB or AMD Radeon HD 7770 2GB
HDD: 14 GB
OS: Win 10
CPU: Intel Core i5 3470, (3.20 Ghz) or AMD FX-8350, (4.00 Ghz)
RAM: 6 GB
GRAPHIC: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 4GB or AMD Radeon R9 280X 3GB
HDD: 14 GB
- Episode 1 will be available on September 27th 2018.
- Episodes 2-5 will be available at later dates.
- Complete Season includes Episode 1 and the Episode 2-5 bundle. Episodes 2-5 available upon release.
Life is Strange 2 Trailer
Life is Strange 2 Review
Life Is Strange 2: Episode 1 is a triumphant first chapter, featuring a narrative that fearlessly reflects the lives of two Latino brothers living in our politically-charged climate. It sets up a very different story that cares a lot of the original game’s strengths with it, and leaves some of its weaker points behind. The first episode of choose-your-own-adventure drama is an ambitious sequel that succeeds in its quietest moments. Following on from Max and Chloe’s time-twisting adventure was always going to be a tricky task, but Dontnod have pulled it off with aplomb in Life Is Strange 2’s first episode. Sean and Daniel’s relationship, the tragedy that sends them on the run, the contrasting people that they meet and the supernatural twists on a modern day drama all come together in wonderful fashion. The storytelling is done well, where you learn a little bit at a time about the characters, their background, and the larger context for things that are happening around them. Dontnod does a great job at introducing these new characters and fleshing them out, and it will be interesting to see how Daniel comes to terms with his life-changing powers. Overall, Life is Strange 2 was not only better than I expected, but I believe it would have been a hit even if no one had ever heard of the first game. It was beautiful, with the mechanics all improved on the original and the choices more meaningful than ever. Life Is Strange is back and it's off to a great start.