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Life Is Strange fans will get another chance to dive back into the world of Arcadia Bay thanks to a brand new comic coming out later this year.

The four-part series was announced last month, and at the time it was unclear where the Titan Books’ comics would fit in the LiS timeline.

But now it’s been revealed that the Life Is Strange comic will be set after the ending of the original game.

**WARNING: SPOILERS FOR ORIGINAL LIFE IS STRANGE TO FOLLOW**

At the end of the first Life Is Strange, players were given two choices which led to two very different endings.

The whole series had been about Max Caulfield travelling back in time over and over again to save her best friend Chloe Price.

And at the end, it all came down to a single choice - either sacrifice Chloe to save Arcadia Bay or let the residents of her hometown perish to save Chloe.

The upcoming Life Is Strange sequel is believed to be entirely unrelated to the original game.

Seeing how split players were between the two endings in the game, it would be difficult for Dontnod to follow it up without confirming one ending as canon.

The developer has so far been very careful not to confirm either ending as the canonical one.

But the new comic series will be following on from one ending, which may leave fans surprised.

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The Titan Books comics will follow-on from the ‘bae before bay’ ending where Max sacrifices Arcadia Bay to save Chloe.

This is surprising as the general consensus among fans had been Dontnod had intended the ending where Chloe was sacrificed to be canonical.

This is because that ending featured a much lengthier, in-depth cutscene to finish the story than the ending where Chloe was saved.

That ending quickly wrapped things up with a much briefer final cutscene.

The more abrupt finish was seen by some fans as a sign that this was the ending Dontnod was less keen on.

But that is the conclusion to the Blackwell Academy storyline that the

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