Life is Strange Begins Android Pre-registration Available Now

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Square Enix has announced that Dontnod Entertainment’s narrative adventure Life is Strange has started allowing players to pre-register for the Android version arriving in July. It is expected to launch with all five episodes and will feature controller support that is exclusive to Android users.

Life is Strange is already available on iOS and has access to all five episodes. We previously reviewed the all of the episodes on the PS4. We also got to sit down with Co-Game Director Chris Floyd and Lead Writer Zakariah Garriss for an interview to find out what it was like to create the title.

The Android port will come with full touchscreen integration and also include an in-game photo mode. There are also options to share your progress to social media as well as comparing your choices with friends.

Life is Strange tells the story of photography student Max Caulfield as she learns she can rewind time. Max and her best friend Chloe end up investigating the disappearance of Rachel Amber with choices along the way that can change the future.

If you wish to grab Life is Strange then you can do so by getting it from Amazon. And if you enjoyed that and want to get Life is Strange: Before the Storm that’s also available on Amazon.

Those who are interested in pre-registering can do so by following this link. Life is Strange is available for Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One, PS4, PC, iOS. It will arrive on Android in July. Check out the Android trailer, below:


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