Life is Strange 2: Episode 4
This is an episodic game. You will need to get the base game and all succeeding episodes to experience it as designed.
About this game
Developer: Dontnod Entertainment
Content Rating: Mature
After a tragic incident, brothers Sean and Daniel Diaz run away from home. Fearing the police, and dealing with Daniel's new telekinetic power, the boys head to Mexico. Each stop on their journey brings new friends and new challenges.
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Faith serves a few important purposes within the Life is Strange 2 story. It shores up some loose ends from the brothers' past, it proves the lengths Sean is willing to go to in order to protect Daniel, and it gives Daniel further autonomy by letting him make his own decisions. It's an exciting chapter that leaves everyone worse for the wear. That's the cadence we've come to expect from Life is Strange, though.
Whether you're heading into the final episode in much the same place you were at the beginning--or under the chilling implications of a certain late game choice--watching Daniel wrap his arms around Sean in either circumstance exemplifies what makes the series work so well. Your Sean can be kind or standoffish, thieving or righteous, but your actions don't change the love and adoration between the Diaz brothers--and that love is still the heart and soul of Life Is Strange 2.
De tous les épisodes parus jusqu’à maintenant, Faith est sans doute le plus percutant. Le monde, dans sa noirceur la plus totale, se dessine à l’œil d’un Sean blessé et en proie au doute. Indéniablement, Life is Strange 2 monte en puissance et laisse deviner un final en apothéose. Le studio parisien Dontnod a décidément un talent indéniable pour raconter des histoires et mettre en scène des personnages charismatiques. Vivement décembre pour l’ultime chapitre !