Life Is Strange: Before the Storm Physical Versions Coming in March

Allan Goodman
January 20, 2018

Farewell, which is available exclusively through the deluxe edition of Life is Strange: Before the Storm, sees voice actors Ashly Burch and Hannah Telle reprise their roles as Chloe and Max in a short story set five years before the events of the first game.

Square Enix has announced not one, not two, but three different physical editions of Before The Storm, but they're not actually that expensive.

Now that the complete season of Life is Strange: Before the Storm is out we know many of you have been wondering about when the bonus episode "Farewell" will be released.

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As well as all three episodes of Before the Storm, the boxed releases also include Episode 1 of the original Life of odd, plus the bonus Farewell episode, Mixtape Mode, and Outfit Pack found in the digital Deluxe version. Both editions are now available for pre-order from Square Enix, with price points of $39.99 for the Limited edition and $69.99 for the Vinyl Edition.

Though the set is serving as a finale of sorts for what Life is odd has become, Dontnod has already confirmed that it has begun development for the episodic title's second season. It's available for PS4 and Xbox One, and PC players can opt to purchase this version with a digital download code. Pre-ordering the Vinyl Edition will grant players an exclusive Chloe and Rachel figurine and the Classic Chloe outfit DLC. The Vinyl Edition contains everything from the Standard Edition, as well as an exclusive vinyl music set of the original soundtrack, a CD of the soundtrack, a physical artbook, and a presentation box.

For more on the game, check out my Life is Strange: Before the Storm review.

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