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Keegan Lee
Life Is Strange Coming To Android Devices
Now you can experience Arcadia Bay on the go!
06.06.18 - 8:22 PM

Earlier this week, Square Enix announced that DONTNOD's hit adventure game, Life Is Strange, will be coming to Android devices later this summer! Running on an enhanced version of the Unreal Engine 4, the Android port of Life Is Strange features full touch screen integration, an in-game photo mode, and full controller support! All five episodes of Life Is Strange will be available upon release. If you have an iOS device and feel left out, fret not! All five episode of Life Is Strange are currently available on the app store!

Life Is Strange

Pre-registration for the Android version of Life Is Strange are now open, so if you haven't experienced this masterpiece of a game, now's your chance! If you're still not sure if Life Is Strange is the right game for you, you can check out Bob Richardson's review of the full series here.

Life Is Strange is set to release on Android devices this July. Stay tuned to RPGFan for more news and info!


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