DONTNOD Announces Life is Strange Sequel

Angelica Greene
May 19, 2017

They already have a direction for the story but Life is odd 2 is not ready to go out yet.

In a special message today, Dontnod Entertainment announced that a brand new Life is unusual game is now in development. Dontnod also did not mention whether or not the episodic format will be continued in the upcoming game.

In a thank you message to fans, the team slipped in that they've been working on a new Life is odd game since the first title was released on disc. The original Life is odd team is handling the title, which has been been in the works since the retail version of Life is unusual launched early a year ago.

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Besides the obvious big news, Dontnod took the time to thank everyone who bought and played through Life is unusual, especially those who sent them letters, cosplay pictures and even gifts to thank them for making the original.

Dontnod adds that it needs "a bit more time" before the dev is ready to reveal the new Life is odd. The new game will not be at E3 in June this year but we will be watching the show alongside you all and wish everyone good luck! It might take some time before we see the first details, though. To date, Life is unusual has sold over 3m copies, although the vast majority of these are likely to be digital rather than physical.

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