‘The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit,’ is Free Hits Next Month

Nichole VegaJun 12, 2018

So, June 26th, get that free game, and get an idea of what Life is unusual 2 might be like.

To repeat that: it's free.

Video game stories from other sites on the web.

Life is odd, an episodic series, launched in 2015.

So what is this spin-off all about?

Players will be able to assume the role of 10-year old boy Chris who dreams of becoming a superhero. And we'll get to play it in a couple of weeks.

So TAAOCS is in a way, a proof of concept that the Life Is Strange universe has more to it than Max, Chloe, and possibly even the town of Arcadia Bay. His big imagination takes him - and you - on a big adventure, on one rather ordinary Saturday that turns into one rather extrarodinary.

The studio desires to tell "many more stories" in the Life is unusual universe and says that Captain Spirit is just the first step in showing fans the true potential of the universe alongside showing "the possibilities of a diverse universe filled with interesting characters and stories to tell". Developer Dontnod promises many secrets in this self-contained experience, enough to warrant several playthroughs.

Captain Spirit will launch on June 26 as a free download for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The follow-up prequel developed by Deck Nine was a worthy successor but we now know what the next Don't Nod story in the Life Is Strange universe is.

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