People who have yet to experience Dontnod Entertainment's Life is odd will soon be able to do so on the go.
Square Enix and Dontnod Entertainment have announced that the first three episodes from Life Is Strange will be available to download through the iOS App Store beginning this Thursday, December 14. Purchasing the game will also unlock unique Life is unusual themed iMessage Stickers. It touts an enhanced user interface that fully integrates iOS touch screens.
You'll have the ability in-game to post directly to your social media accounts if you want to update friends.
Life is unusual will launch on Android in early 2018.
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Life is Strange's first episode will cost £2.99 on iPhone and iPad, and the remaining episodes will be available individually as in-app purchases.
Join Max Caulfield on her adventures with her best friend, Chloe Price as they investigate the mysterious disappearance of fellow student, Rachel Amber in the town of Arcadia Bay.
Episodes 1-3 of Life is unusual on iOS will launch on December 14th, with the remaining two episodes due Q1 2018.
Life is unusual follows the adventures of Max Caulfield, a photography student who discovers that she can rewind time while saving her childhood friend Chloe Price. Life is odd is now available for pre-order on the App Store.
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