Life is Strange, and Feral Interactive has proof

Published On June 1, 2016 | By Kirk Hiner | Macintosh

You know what I love about Feral Interactive? Many things, actually. I’m a Mac gamer…it’s hard to not love Feral Interactive. But what really makes me happy is when they surprise us with a release that most of us likely didn’t see coming. Such is the case with Life is Strange, coming soon to OS X.

Life is Strange

Life is Strange is an award-winning episodic adventure developed by Paris-based DONTNOD for PC and published by Square Enix. Of course, award-winning and published for PC means the game has been out for a while. Thankfully, Feral is not making us wait to receive each episode; all five will be available at launch, allowing players to immediately dig into the game’s moving narrative, stylish visuals, and compelling system of choice and consequences.

Follow the story of Max Caulfield, a photography senior who discovers she can rewind time while saving her best friend Chloe Price. The pair soon find themselves investigating the mysterious disappearance of fellow student Rachel Amber, uncovering a dark side to life in Arcadia Bay. Meanwhile, Max must quickly learn that changing the past can sometimes lead to a devastating future.

“We’re incredibly excited to be bringing such a unique and captivating game to Mac and Linux,” said David Stephen, Managing Director at Feral Interactive. “Life is Strange tackles complex themes and asks a lot from its audience, but it gives back in spades. It’s a game that shouldn’t be missed.”

Okay, then we won’t miss it.

For more information on Life is Strange, including character portraits and episode details, visit www.feralinteractive.com.

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