Life is Strange finally makes its appearance on Android devices

Life Is Strange is a highly regarded title that was first released to consoles in 2015. After garnering much acclaim, the game was then released on the App Store for iOS devices late last year. After a long wait, Android users can now finally download and enjoy the game.

The story follows Max Caulfield, who discovers she can rewind time. You'll be tasked with investigating and solving mysteries, using the past, present, and future. Of course, altering the past has consequences, which can manifest itself in many different ways. The game will, in turn, offers multiple different endings, depending on what path the user takes.

The Android version of the game will have full physical controller support and will have a photo mode that will allow the player to take photos, alter them with filters and also share them. Despite it being available on the Google Play Store, it will not work on all devices, and will at least require a device that is running an ARM64 SoC, 2GB RAM, and Android 6.0. You can head to the link to see what kind of devices are recommended for the best performance.

If you are on the fence about this game, be sure to check out our review of the first and second episode.

Source: Life is Strange (Google Play Store)

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