Life Is Strange Released on Android, Episode 1: Chrysalis Available for Free

The award-winning Life Is Strange has officially launched on Android.

All five episodes in Dontnod Entertainment’s time-bending episodic adventure title are available for download on Google Play. The Android version, which received its release date last month, has exclusive controller support for its users to access.

Square Enix has confirmed that Episode 1: Chrysalis is free for all Android owners, while Episode 2: Out of Time has been discounted to $0.99 (£0.99/€1.09).

Meanwhile, Episode 3: Chaos Theory, Episode 4: Dark Room and Episode 5: Polarized are individually priced at $4.99 (£4.99/€5.49).

According to Square Enix, season passes for Life Is Strange have been slashed in price, with a 43 percent discount currently in effect.

After its announcement back in 2017, Life Is Strange’s mobile port arrived first on iOS devices. The final two episodes of the iOS port launched in March.

Life Is Strange was released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, macOS, Linux, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

In Hardcore Gamer’s review for the iOS port, we found that “With the addition of features like Photo Mode and bonuses like the iMessage stickers, Life Is Strange reiterates why fans need to rewind time and once again step into the shoes of Max.”

Dontnod recently released The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit, a standalone experience set in the Life Is Strange universe. The developer is working on a sequel to Life Is Strange, with a release date announced for its first episode last month.

For more on Life Is Strange, check out our review for the whole season and our individual reviews for Episode 1: ChrysalisEpisode 2: Out of TimeEpisode 3: Chaos TheoryEpisode 4: Dark Room and Episode 5: Polarized.