Check Out The Creepy Setting Of Vampyr

The release of Dontnod’s follow-up to Life is Strange, Vampyr, is still a ways off with a tentative release window of 2017, but that hasn’t stopped some new concept art being released that shows off the game’s creepy European setting.

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The game is being coined as an RPG, though it will have many of the more episodic adventure elements that were present in Life is Strange. There’s also been some talk of the moral dilemmas that pop up as a result of being a doctor who is now also a vampire. I can definitely see where that might cause some problems in day-to-day life.

Vampyr will release for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC at some point in 2017.

Life Is Strange Coming To Retail January 2016

Life Is Strange just wrapped up its final episode recently to end the game’s first season, though for those who haven’t played it yet I have good news.

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Developer Dontnod has just revealed that all 5 episodes of the game will be getting a retail release early next year in the form of a limited edition. The set includes a 32 page artbook, the complete soundtrack, the original score and a full director’s commentary.

Life Is Strange Limited Edition will release for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 19th, 2016.

The Finale Launch Trailer For Life Is Strange Is Right Here

The initial season of Square Enix and Dontnod’s teen sci fi game Life Is Strange comes to a close tomorrow, and a trailer has been released to tease fans on what’s coming.

The last episode is called Polarized and you can check out a quick blurb of the episode’s events below:

“Max learns that time is impossible to control as she moves inexorably towards the most agonising decision of her life. Arcadia Bay, meanwhile, is preparing to weather a huge storm as Life is Strange comes to a gripping and gut wrenching conclusion.”

Season Finale Of Life Is Strange Coming October 20th

The conclusion of the first season of Life is Strange will release on October 20th, developer Dontnod has revealed.

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The news was shared via a blog post on the devs website where they said the following:

“Many things can change in the lead up to release, [the] team are working really hard to try and hit this date. We know the wait may be a bit longer than some of you were hoping for but we want to ensure Episode 5 is the best it can be.”

The first episode of Life is Strange launched in January of this year, with the typical gaps between episodes being two months. However, the gap between episodes 4 and 5 marks the biggest gap between episodes the series has seen yet at nearly 3 months.

Life Is Strange Episode 4 Launches Next Week

The fourth installment in the episodic adventure Life Is Strange will be coming next week, developer Dontnod has revealed.

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This information comes just as the series passed one million units sold, which is solid for a new IP with such a – ahem – strange premise. The dev is hoping to make a second season with a new cast of characters and setting, which certainly isn’t out of the question considering how solid sales have been for the series thus far.

A launch trailer for Life is Strange Episode 4 was also released, and you can check that out via the video directly below.

Life Is Strange Episode 3 Coming Next Week

The next part of Max and Chloe’s adventure will be available next week.

The third episode of the adventure game Life is Strange is coming next week, the devs have announced.

Episode 3, called Chaos Theory, is set to be the penultimate episode in Max and Chloe’s adventure and will be effected by all decisions made in previous episodes of the game.

Life Is Strange: Chaos Theory is developed by Dontnod Entertainment for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. It’s set to launch on May 19th, 2015.

‘Life Is Strange’ Dev Promises Second Episode Ready For March

Don’t worry, episode two will be released sometime in March.

The second episode of Life Is Strange was recently delayed by developer Dontnod, which bummed more than a few people who were thirsty for more after the first episode’s solid debut.

Square Enix released a statement to clear the air on the second episode’s situation, which included the following:

“Dear friends of Life is Strange. We’ve been asked to clear up the question of when Episode 2 will be released since there have been rumours of a delay. We would like to assure everyone that development is on track and we’re looking to release it before the end of March. Thanks for all your support so far – we’ve loved reading all your feedback and comments. As a show of gratitude and something to enjoy before the game is available here’s a piece of concept art for Episode 2: Out of Time.”

The first episode of Life Is Strange is called Chrysalis, which released on January 30th for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.