For fans, Life is Strange isn’t just a game. It’s a story about friendship, love, and unity. It’s a story that wraps itself around us and held us tight as we took off through an adventure of two unexpected best friends. In 2018, the bonus episode “Farewell” will be launching for Life is Strange: Before the Storm, and will see two of our favorite characters reunite for one last time.
Today, Deck Nine Games’ Jeff Litchford has confirmed that Hannah Telle and Ashly Burch will reprising their roles as Max and Chloe. The infamous two teen wonders will be reappearing for one last time, sealing the Life is Strange world as we know it, and giving fans a sense of closure.
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Rhianna DeVries has done a fantastic job delivering the performance of a 16-year-old Chloe and bringing her to life. This even gave us a sense of nostalgia to see her in a different state, but once more, it’s time for the closure we’ve been awaiting as Ashly will once more take her place as an older, more mature Chloe.
“The team here were thrilled to hear the news that both Hannah Telle and Ashly Burch were able to come back together again to voice Max and Chloe”, said Jeff Litchford, Vice President, Deck Nine Games. “We were really happy with Rhianna DeVrie’s performance as Chloe in Before the Storm and the fan reaction to her has been great, she’ll continue to work closely with us as part of a really close team we have created.”
As a reminder, if you have not purchased the games Deluxe Edition, you will be unable to participate in the games bonus episode “Farewell”. In this latest episode, you will get to take the role of a young Max Caulfield and unfortunately, it may be the last time we see her spending time with her closest friend Chloe. Unfortunately, as hard as it is to swallow, you can see one last farewell in the small behind-the-scenes video down below.
Stay tuned for our full review of Life is Strange: Before the Storm once Bonus Episode: Farewell launches.
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