Life is Strange: Before the Storm's physical release is in March

Square Enix announces Life is Strange: Before the Storm boxed editions and Farewell episode release date

There's the Limited Edition (physical artbook and soundtrack CD), Vinyl Edition (soundtrack on vinyl, soundtrack CD, artbook and presentation box), and the Standard Edition which just includes the game on disc.

The Farewell episode of Life is Strange: Before the Storm which allows players to take control of Max Caulfield for a final time in a prequel to Before the Storm.

Square Enix and Deck Nine Games have announced that Life Is Strange: Before the Storm will make its way to retail stores on March 6. Before the Storm Vinyl Edition will include the complete Before the Storm season, a vinyl set of the original soundtrack, the soundtrack on CD, and an art book. The bonus episode is available as part of the "Deluxe Edition" of Before the Storm digitally, or can be purchased separately.

Publisher Square Enix and developer Deck Nine are being quite generous with their game since they have given fans a lot of options for the physical copy of the prequel released a year ago.

The second of these two physical releases is the Vinyl Edition, which will be available exclusively on the Square Enix Store for $69.99 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. I also loved getting to see the beginning steps of Chloe's transformation into the blue-haired punk that I had come to loved in Life is odd.

As well as all three episodes of Before the Storm, the boxed releases also include Episode 1 of the original Life of unusual, plus the bonus Farewell episode, Mixtape Mode, and Outfit Pack found in the digital Deluxe version. If you pre-order the limited edition right now, you might be able to nab one of these adorable Chloe and Rachel figurines - while supplies last.

For more on the game, check out my Life is Strange: Before the Storm review.

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