Life is Strange: Before the Storm - Episode 2 coming next week

Here’s the Trailer for Life is Strange Before the Storm Episode 2

The first episode of Life is Strange: Before The Storm was a critical and commercial success when it was launched in August 2017.

Life is Strange: Before the Storm - Episode 2 has a release date, along with a rather new video setting the scene for upcoming events.

Episode 2 will bring new characters into the fold and show off some brand new environments around Arcadia Bay. You may also decide to invest in the Deluxe Edition, which will include a bonus episode starring Max Caulfield, the first game's protagonist. Do they run away from home? As Chloe tries to figure out what to do next she gets a call from Frank offering her a job to repay the debt she owes him. According to Square Enix, "Chloe gets involved with an errand for Frank Bowers which puts her in a risky situation and exposes an uglier side to Arcadia Bay".

Set for release on 19th October, episode 2 of Life is Strange: Before the Storm, titled "Brave New World", continues where "Awake" left off, with Chloe and Rachel's relationship continuing to blossom.



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