Life is Strange 2 Episode 2 Launching January 24

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Square-Enix and DONTNOD Entertainment announced today that episode 2 of Life is Strange 2 will launch for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on January 24.

Episode 2 continues Sean and Daniel’s story. Both of them are on the run from the police after a tragic incident occurred in Seattle and the manifestation of a strange supernatural power appeared. Continuing their journey into the winter months, Daniel gets increasingly ill, and Sean decides that they must take the risk and find their way to their distant grandparent’s house to seek shelter and recover. There they encounter Chris Eriksen, a young boy who believes he has powers eerily similar to Daniel’s, and his superhero alter ego, Captain Spirit.

You can view a live action trailer below:

Life is Strange 2 – Live Action Trailer

According to Jon Brooke, Co-Head of Studio at Square Enix External Studios:

“Life is Strange 2 got off to a strong start, but the best is yet to come. Episode 2 is going to be a great moment for this season. Previous seasons have both had a point that was just, ‘that moment’, that captivated fans from all over the world, and we feel like this will be the one for Life is Strange 2.”

Michel Koch and Raoul Barbet, Co-Creators of Life is Strange 2, added:

“The reaction to Episode 1 has been fantastic and it has been great to read all the comments and feedback from players. So many people are falling in love with Sean and Daniel, and we’ve only just begun their journey. There’s so much more to come in Life is Strange 2.”

Source: Press Release
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