Along with the celebration of a sales milestone, Square Enix and DONTNOD Entertainment yesterday announced the release date and released a new trailer for Episode 4 of their critically-acclaimed episodic supernatural thriller, Life is Strange.
Via the Square Enix Press site, the release date for Episode 4, titled Dark Room, was announced to be July 28 for the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
The episode will see Max exploring the investigation into the disappearance of Rachel Amber and the strange happenings in Arcadia Bay. As the End of the World party inches closer with each passing day, Max must use her powers to solve the jigsaw puzzle mystery.
DONTNOD was also proud to announce that the series has racked up 1 million total sales, a landmark achievement which the small Paris-based studio is extremely proud about.
You can watch the trailer below.
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Persona 5 Royal Releases Early Next Year
Atlus USA has announced the western release date for Persona 5 Royal.
During the Atlus Art Show in Los Angeles, artist Shigenori Soejima discussed his work on both the Persona and Catherine series. Additionally, Atlus presented a short trailer with the release date of (the northern hemisphere’s) spring 2020 at the end. That means the game should launch at some point between March and May next year.
Persona 5 originally came out in western territories on April 4, 2017 for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Persona 5 Royal will be an enhanced re-release with new content, including new scenarios, attacks, and music.
Persona 5 Royal will release on October 31 in Japan and Spring 2020 in the west for PlayStation 4.
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