Episode 2 of Life is Strange 2 Releases January 24

Episode 2 of Life is Strange 2 Releases January 24

And there's a live action trailer.

We previously knew that Episode 2 of Life is Strange 2 would be releasing at some point in January 2019, but we didn't know when. Today on December 18, Square Enix announced that the story of the Diaz brothers would be releasing on January 24, 2019.

Just below, you can see a live action trailer for Episode 2 of Life is Strange 2. Gonzalo Martin, who plays Sean Diaz in Life is Strange 2, stars in the preview trailer for the episode.

For those not in the know, Life is Strange 2 introduced us to the new characters of Sean and Daniel Diaz. They're on the run in the debut episode, after their father is killed in an altercation with a cop, and Daniel exhibits supernatural powers.

If you want to know what we thought of the debut episode of the second season of Life is Strange 2, you can head over to our full Life is Strange 2 Episode 1 review.

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