This is not a drill. I repeat, this is not a drill.
Almost everyone who has played Life Is Strange has fallen in love with it. The gameplay was great and the story was absolutely phenomenal. The characters were relatable and loveable, yet flawed. And the decision that needed to be made at the end of the final chapter is something I fret about to this day.
Related reading: Our review of Life Is Strange’s first episode, Chrysalis.
In an interview with Alchimy, a French publication, Dontnod’s cofounder Alain Damasio confirmed work on a second season, stating, "I worked as a script doctor on Life is Strange, developed by the studio Dontnod, and I will participate on Life is Strange 2 later.” This is the first time anyone has confirmed that a second season is coming (“later” could mean anything) but it is far from the first time someone involved with Life Is Strange has expressed interest in continuing past the current five-episode run. In a June 2014 interview with Polygon, producer Luc Baghadoust said he would “love to have the opportunity to do another season.” In the same article, art director Michel Koch said that a second season would include an entirely new cast of characters while keeping the theme and identity of Life Is Strange intact.
Whether or not more Life Is Strange is a good thing is up in the air, but we sure are excited to see what may come of season two.
- Lindsay M.
A @DigitallyDownld poll: Would you play a second season of Life Is Strange?— Lindsay M. (@itslindsay613) November 10, 2015