WhatsApp Santa Claus an updated wish list cos Life is Strange 2 for Linux is now available to buy.

The episodic adventure video game from developers Dontnod Entertainment is the direct sequel to the critically lauded Life is Strange, which debuted on Linux in 2016.

As you’d expect, Linux and macOS porting duties have been handled by the talented folks over at Feral Interactive. Spread across five distinct episodes, Life is Strange 2 is pitched as follows:

“On the run and sharing a terrible secret, brothers Sean and Daniel can rely only on each other in a world that has turned against them. With the police on their trail, they must keep moving onwards to Mexico. But the road is long and daunting, and relying on the kindness of strangers brings its own dangers…”

Check out the slick promo video below should your appetite be in need of further whetting:

The third game in the Life is Strange series to be ported to Linux following last year’s Linux port of prequel game Life is Strange: Before the Storm, the game was a well received hit on its release last year.

No system requirements are currently listed for the Linux version (as of writing), but expect something comparable to the PC version, which is listed on Steam as needing the following as a minimum:

  • CPU: Intel Core i3-2100 (3.1GHz) or AMD Phenom X4 945 (3.0GHz)
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 2GB or AMD Radeon HD 7770 2GB

You can learn more about the game through Feral Interactive’s website:

Life is Strange 2 Minisite

While you can buy the game from Steam where each episode costs £6.49/$7.99/€7.99. The full bundle of all 5 episodes costs £32.45/$39.95/€39.95.

Life is Strange 2 on Steam

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