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Life Is Strange: True Colors Dev Doesn't Think Series Will Return To Episodic Approach

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Life is Strange: True Colors developer Deck Nine doubts the series will ever go back to the episodic model used in earlier instalments, developed by Dontnod.

The original Life is Strange, the sequel, and the spin-off Before the Storm were distributed via the episodic model popularized by Telltale Games.

Back then, each small story chapter was released over the course of several months. In 2021, True Colors broke that trend. While retaining the episodic structure, the title was launched as a complete experience available to fans from day one.

Related: Life is Strange Remastered Doesn’t Pay The Series Nearly Enough Respect This approach has proved itself to be quite suitable for the devs and a lot less frustrating for the players, senior narrative designer Philip Lawrence tells Rock Paper Shotgun.

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