Video game developer Dontnod and publisher Square Enix are announcing that the fourth episode for their Life Is Strange series is now set to be launched on Tuesday, July 28, on a variety of consoles, with the story focused on the conclusion of the investigation into the disappearance of Rachel Amber.
The new trailer is designed to show some of the core elements of the game and contains spoilers for those who have not finished the third episode and do not know where the various characters stand.
The development team states, "Episode four is certainly taking a darker tone than previous episodes, and it looks to reveal some of Arcadia Bay’s best kept secrets!"
Life Is Strange has managed to deliver more than one million copies to gamers so far, and the development team is planning to offer two more episodes for the first season of the series.
The game can be played on the Xbox One, the PlayStation 4, the PC, and older home consoles.
Life Is Strange has a lot of interactions that gamers need to explore to advance the narrative and the unique selling point is a time rewind mechanics that can be used to solve the various puzzles and to explore alternate progression paths.