Life is Strange: Episode 2’s Launch Trailer Brings More Time-Bending and Strange Adventures

on March 20, 2015 11:22 AM

When we last left off in the first episode of Square Enix and Dontnod Entertainment’s Life is Strange, players were introduced to young high-school student Max Caulfield as she traversed not only the difficulties of teenaged life in Portland, but also with her newfound abilities to bend time and rewind moments in the past – luckily, Max’s story will continue next week with the release of Life is Strange‘s second episode, and you can take a sneak peek.

Square Enix and Dontnod released a new trailer through the official YouTube channel for Life is Strange, with the official launch trailer now available for the second episode of the episodic adventure game series before its release on March 25th, 2015.

Following many of the troubles that Max encountered in the first episode, the second episode of Life is Strange will continue to progress the story forward in the five-part episodic series, with an official synopsis of what to expect in Episode 2 below (the description from Square Enix below is relatively spoiler-free):

“You will start to see much of your choices affecting the story in a lot of different ways, be prepared for some surprises! You will also discover new locations as Max will go outside of Blackwell Academy and start exploring new areas in Arcadia Bay. You’ll be able to learn more about the town, its inhabitants, and the social issues it’s facing. On top of this, new and important characters will be introduced, as well as having a lot of difficult choices to make.”

Life is Strange is currently available on PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, and PC . The series’ second episode will debut for all platforms on March 25th, 2015 – in the meantime, you can check out the official launch trailer for the next episode below:

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