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An all new Life is odd game has been announced

An all new Life is odd game has been announced

A new Life Is Strange game is now in the works, developer Dontnod confirmed today.

If this news makes you happy, nod. The team's been working on it since the first season's physical release past year, but there's not much more they're able to say just yet. DONTNOD confirm that this new Life is unusual will not be shown at E3, but they will be telling us all about it "when the time is right". In Life Is Strange the player has the power to affect the game's narrative and also change the course of history itself. They already have a direction for the story but Life is odd 2 is not ready to go out yet.

Dontnod adds that it needs "a bit more time" before the dev is ready to reveal the new Life is odd.

There now seems a good chance the game may be unveiled at E3 next month, especially if Square Enix is still the publisher.

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The original Life Is Strange remains one of the triumphs of episodic storytelling for this generation.

Life is unusual fans, rejoice!

The announcement comes alongside news that the first Life is odd sold over 3 million copies. We'll keep you posted as soon as we know more about Life Is Strange 2. The video game is also going to be receiving a live-action TV series, although exactly when the TV show will be available remains to be seen, with few details released about the project so far. We'll have to wait a little longer before we hear more, though, as Dontnod has already told us the game won't be appearing at this year's E3.


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