The Awesome Development of Captain Spirit [E3 2018] [ESRB]

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The new game has been developed alongside Life is unusual 2, but while it might only be a spin-off from the upcoming title, your choices in this game will have an impact elsewhere.

The game is completely free, coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One on June 26.

At Microsoft's E3 event today, the developer has taken to the stage to announce another game in the Life is unusual universe, titled The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit. The best bit? The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit is releasing at the end of the month for absolutely free. Chris is an ordinary 10-year old boy who wants to be a superhero.

This self-contained narrative experience apparently contains plenty of hidden secrets that you'll discover through multiple playthroughs, and will also feature links to the brand new story that'll come, eventually, with Life is odd 2.

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The Awesome Adventure of Captain Spirit's first trailer premiered during Xbox's E3 2018 press conference. We get to watch as he goes through his stories as Captain Spirit.

In an interview with Eurogamer, co-director Michael Koch and Raoul Barbet say that players "will be able to discover a lot of clues and hints in this game as to what the story and setting of Life is unusual 2 will be".

"We have always imagined Life is unusual as a diverse universe filled with interesting characters and stories to tell". You will most likely see and discover new content on subsequent playthroughs which you might have previously missed.

Square Enix and Dontnod Entertainment announced The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit, a new and original narrative experience demo set in the world of Life is odd, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC during Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference.

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