Milli Vanilli Would Approve.
Earlier this week, Life is Strange received an update to go along with the release of this week’s boxed set. Players who already owned the digital copy noticed an improvement to the game’s only consistent complaint from gamers: the audio dialogue did not always match up with the animations of the character’s mouths.
Reports started coming in from users that many of the previous lip syncing issues were no more. A press release from Square Enix confirms that “the patch also included further polish and minor improvements to all episodes and some bug fixes”. Said patch also includes a free director’s commentary for all users, whether they own the digital or physical copy.
The game was nominated for and won several game of the year awards for last year, so if you haven’t joined Max and gone on the journey that is Life is Strange, it seems that there is no better time than now.
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This post was originally written by Anthony Galleran.