After much anticipation, Square Enix announced today that all five episodes of the acclaimed story-driven adventure Life is Strange are finally available on Android with full controller support, a feature that is exclusive to the Android version. Life is Strange also features full touch screen integration and a built-in photo mode on Android for players who wish to capture their favorite in-game moments.

Life is Strange was originally developed by Dontnod Entertainment, the studio behind games like Vampyr and Remember Me. The developers at Black Wing Foundation have adapted Dontnod’s original episodic adventure for Android, which has also been enhanced with Unreal Engine 4. While Life is Strange is new to Android, this isn't the first time the game has been available for mobile devices, as Life is Strange was already released for iOS back in December 2017.

The first episode of Life is Strange on Android is free, while episodes 2-5 each cost $4.99 per episode. However, to commemorate the game’s Android debut, Episode 2 of Life is Strange is currently discounted for the promotional price of $0.99. Players can also enjoy a 43% discount on the season passes for Life is Strange.

Life is Strange is an intriguing narrative-driven adventure that follows the story of Max Caulfield, who discovers she has the power to rewind time. Max and her best friend, Chloe Price, decide to investigate the strange disappearance of a fellow student. Your choices impact how the story unfolds in Life is Strange, making for a truly memorable experience. 

The Android adaptation of Life is Strange arrives just in time for the upcoming sequel, Life is Strange 2, which is slated to launch on September 27. To prepare for the sequel, fans are encouraged to play The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit, a two-hour demo that serves as a prequel to Life is Strange 2.