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Life is Strange 2 - Episode 4: Faith

Rating Summary

Based on 26 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

77

Top Critic Average

71%

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Based on 26 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCAug 22, 2019

Developer: DONTNOD Entertainment

Publisher: Square Enix

Genre: Interactive Story

Gravely wounded in Humboldt County, California, Sean wakes in hospital to find Daniel still missing. Under arrest, and facing tough questions, Sean's options are few: only quick thinking and unexpected allies can secure his freedom. Searching for Daniel under the scorching Nevada sun and through freezing desert nights, Sean must make his toughest choices yet. Puerto Lobos and the dream of freedom have never felt so far away. Will Sean’s faith in Daniel be rewarded – or is the young wolf lost forever?
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Life Is Strange 2: Episode 4 suffers from a cliched story and two-dimensional villains, but the strength of its central characters and their nuanced relationships continues to soar and intrigue.

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Episode 4 in particular is the second best episode in the series so far, resting next to its excellent introductory episode.

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Faith serves a few important purposes within the Life is Strange 2 story. It shores up some loose ends from the brothers' past, it proves the lengths Sean is willing to go to in order to protect Daniel, and it gives Daniel further autonomy by letting him make his own decisions. It's an exciting chapter that leaves everyone worse for the wear. That's the cadence we've come to expect from Life is Strange, though.

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The fourth episode brings a welcome jolt of movement and energy, with an urgent pace and the introduction of a new, intriguing character. Some of the branching choices still feel shallow.

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