Captain Spirit will contain "many secrets" and Easter eggs for Life is unusual 2, so the directors encouraged players to explore everything. On top of that, Eurogamer's report suggests that "some choices in Captain Spirit will carry over and have consequences in Life is unusual 2".
The game will involve a self-contained story that follows an adventurous 10-year old boy named Chris, who sees himself as a superhero.
The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit follows an imaginative young boy living alone with his father. That's no coincidence. During this morning's Square Enix pre-recorded event, Dontnod confirmed these are "the first steps into the world of Life is odd 2". We get to watch as he goes through his stories as Captain Spirit.
If you've not given the series a try yet (and you really should) this is a "perfect entry point", although there will be "nods to Life is odd 1".
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"We have always imagined Life is odd as a diverse universe filled with interesting characters and stories to tell".
The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit will arrive as a "100% free" title on Steam, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on June 26 this year.
Life Is Strange is evolving into some giant connected universe, and The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit is just a small part of that.
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