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Life is Strange: Double Exposure announced with the return of Max Caulfield

It will arrive on Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5 and PC starting October 29, 2024, and soon on Nintendo Switch

Square Enix announced today Life is Strange: Double Exposure during the Xbox Games Showcase 2024, the next title in the acclaimed narrative adventure franchise. Developed by Deck Nine Games, Life is Strange: Double Exposure revolves around a mysterious supernatural murder case that will be packed with thrills for new and returning players.

It will come to Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5 and PC starting October 29, 2024, and soon to Nintendo Switch.

With the return of Max Caulfield (protagonist of the first game in the saga), a resident photographer at the prestigious Caledon University, she discovers her new and closest friend, Safi, dead in the snow. Murdered. To save her, Max attempts to rewind time, a power he hasn't used in years. But instead, Max opens the way to a parallel timeline where Safi is still alive... and in danger! Max realizes that the killer will soon strike again... in both versions of reality.

Next week, specifically on June 13, Square Enix will reveal more details about Life is Strange: Double Exposure. “Those who join us during the live reveal will learn a wide range of “behind the scenes” secrets about everything that went into developing this exciting new adventure, as well as an exclusive look at the gameplay,” reads their most recent statement. press.

In addition, the game will have three editions: Standard, Deluxe and Definitive. If you pre-order the Definitive Edition now, you'll have access to Chapters 1 and 2 starting October 15, 2024, two weeks before the official release of the full game.


Also read Everything revealed during the Xbox Games Showcase

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