Original Life is Strange team delays new game to avoid new LIS launch date

Lost Records: Bloom & Rage, the next project from the creative team behind the original two Life is Strange games, has been delayed to 2025.

For what ? Well, the team behind this project wants to avoid the launch window of Square Enix’s new Life is Strange game, Double Exposure, the latest to come from the franchise’s newest development team , Deck Nine Games.

In a press release today, Lost Records developer Don’t Nod said its game will now arrive in “early 2025.”

Trailer for Lost Records: Bloom & Rage. Watch on YouTube

“We know that many of our fans are eagerly awaiting this game, as well as the recently announced next installment of Life is Strange,” wrote Don’t Nod boss Oskar Guilbert. “Let’s give these two titles the space they need to be enjoyed by our players within the great community we’ve built.

“We are confident that the wait for Bloom & Rage will be worth it. We can’t wait to share this new adventure, which we hope will become another memorable chapter in the Don’t Nod universe. »

Lost Records: Bloom & Rage was previously scheduled to launch in late 2024. Life is Strange: Double Exposure, meanwhile, is set to arrive on October 29 for PC, PlayStation, and Xbox.

While the existence of a new project from the original Life is Strange team alongside a new installment in the Life is Strange series may be confusing, the issue is perhaps made even more complicated by the fact that the upcoming Life is Strange game continues the story of Max Caulfield, the protagonist of the first Life is Strange game originally developed by the team at Lost Records. You understood ?

Earlier this year, I spoke with Don’t Nod about the making of Lost Records: Bloom & Rage – and why the team wanted to move on from Life is Strange.

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