Great news coming from Dontnod Entertainment. It appears that their interactive drama, Life Is Strange, sold over 3 million units to date. The French developer confirmed the news on their twitter feed and posted a video where some of the studio heads showed their appreciation for the fans. They also revealed that they have been working on "a new Life Is Strange game" since last year. The choice of words may suggest that the new game won't be a sequel or that it may feature new characters. See the video below:
Life Is Strange released on 2015 across a variety of platforms and had you play the role of student Max Caulfield. She quickly discovers that she has the power to rewind time causing a butterfly effect. It is an episodic linear choice-driven story where the player is able to make dialogue decisions throughout the game that impact the progression and ending.
Will this be a direct sequel or a new story in the same universe. Perhaps E3 will reveal more. Stay tuned.
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