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Life Is Strange Scheduled for iOS Release

15 December 2017, 01:24 | Rudolph Thomas

Life is Strange will launch for iOS on December 14

'Life is Strange' comes to iPhone and iPad December 14th

Episodes 2 & 3 can then be purchased in-app, with the final two episodes releasing early 2018.

The massive choice-based gaming hit Life Is Strange has appeared on Apple's iTunes store, scheduled for release on iOS devices by December 14th.

If you are looking forward to the Life is Strange Before the Storm finale that releases next week, you'll be happy to know that most gamers will be able to download and play it earlier than was originally expected. The port's being handled by Black Wing Foundation and will feature full touch controls thanks to an "enhanced user interface" alongside social media features including, quite aptly, an all new photo mode.

The new mobile release is described as an "enhanced" version of Life is unusual for iPhone and iPad, and features all five episodes of the original game with touchscreen integration.

Life is Strange's first episode will be $2.99 when it launches.

Also included are Life is unusual iMessage stickers and the ability to share your game progress on social media and compare your story choices.

"Everyone here at Dontnod is really excited to share the adventures of Max and Chloe in Life is odd with a new audience on mobile", he continued. The game is already available for a plethora of consoles, including PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC.



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