Yesterday, developer Dontnod Entertainment and publisher Square Enix revealed a new trailer for Life Is Strange 2. The game follows a new cast of characters on an incredible journey across the country. The first episode is coming to Xbox One and other platforms on September 27, 2018.
This morning, the companies released extended gameplay footage on Xbox One X. The roughly twenty minutes of gameplay showcases the opening chapter and how the children end up going on journey to Mexico. The game looks stunning running on the machine, especially in 4K resolution.
According to Square Enix, in Life Is Strange 2, players will discover a story of two brothers, sixteen-year old Sean and nine-year old Daniel Diaz, who have to flee their Seattle home after a tragic access that changes their lives forever. On the run from the police, Sean makes the difficult decision to take his brother and go to Mexico. Life on the road is dangerous for the two boys and they'll be forced to make some hard-hitting decisions along the way.
Michel Koch, one of Life Is Strange 2's creative directors said, "After the exciting adventures of Max and Chloe, we are extremely happy that you will all soon meet Sean and Daniel Diaz, our new protagonists, and follow them on their journey. We love diving back into the Life Os Strange universe along with our lead writer... to create our new story and characters."
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this is the second time i see you make a typo on "Life "Os" Strange" .. the other was on the trailer article.
I'm sorry but why are you saying that the game runs at 4K on the Xbox One X?
If it's anything like Captain Spirit (which uses the same engine), the game is not 4K but 1080p60. Even in the store it's only listed as a "Xbox One X Enhanced" title.
Before the Storm was 4K, though...
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