After seeing successful releases across the PC, console, and iOS markets, Square-Enix and Dontnod Entertainment announced that their mind-bending, episodic adventure game Life is Strange is finally migrating to Android.
This five part story focuses on the choices and consequences of Max Caulfiend and her best friend Chloe Price. The high school senior and photography enthusiast, Max, discovers that she has the power to impact the past, present, and future.
As she discovers her powers, Max and Chloe begin to investigate the disappearance of a classmate and unearth the dark, secret world of their hometown, Arcadia Bay. In the shadow of all of this, Max must also change events in the past to avoid future calamity.
Exclusive for the Android platform will be full controller support and a new photo mode which will all you to take photos in game, apply filters to them, and share them across your social media platforms with friends.
At present, Life is Strange is available for pre-registration in the Google Play store. While it is not certain when it will officially launch, Dontnod and Square-Enix have revealed that all five episodes will be available at some point in July.
Life is Strange on Android will require a device that supports Android 6.0 or higher, is equipped with an ARM 64 processor, and has at least 2 gigs of RAM.
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