Life is Strange Episode 4 Trailer Revealed as Sales Hit 1m
Release date announced for fourth chapter in Square Enix's acclaimed episodic adventure.
Publisher Square Enix has released the debut trailer for Life is Strange Episode 4 ahead of its release date on July 28.
Entitled 'Dark Room', Episode 4 follows Max as she pursues her investigation surrounding the disappearance of fellow student Rachel Amber. This fourth and penultimate chapter will ship on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.
A promotional blurb from Square Enix reads: "As the End of the World party approaches, Max must use her powers to put all the pieces of the puzzle in place."
Biggest Games Coming Out In November 2021 Halo Infinite - Official "The Banished Rise" Cinematic Trailer Battlefield 2042 What A Time To Be Alive Trailer (Xbox Version) Halo Infinite Campaign Is More Open ... Looks Way Better Now | GameSpot News Battlefield 2042 What A Time To Be Alive Trailer (PlayStation Version) Shadow Warrior 3 Delay Trailer Nintendo 64 & SEGA Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online Gameplay Compilation Ghost Recon Breakpoint: Operation Motherland Official Launch Trailer Deep Rock Galactic - Official Season 01 Narrated Trailer Dead by Daylight x Silent Hill - James Sunderland & Pyramid Blight Trailer Returnal – Update 2.0 Trailer Triangle Strategy - Challenge Your Convictions
Meanwhile, Square Enix has also revealed that Life is Strange has surpassed one million sales since the release of its debut episode in January. "This is a huge achievement for the small team working on the game," the publisher said.
Developed at Paris studio Dontnod, Life is Strange has been widely praised by critics for attention to detail in depicting student life, along with how a time-reversal mechanic is threaded into its gameplay.
GameSpot's Life is Strange Episode One Review described it as "an involving slice of life that works because its situations eloquently capture a peculiar early-college state of mind." Reviews for Episode 2 and Episode 3 were similarly positive.
GameSpot may get a commission from retail offers.