Life is Strange 2 now available on Linux

Life is Strange 2 is now available on Linux-based systems, a novelty that players were demanding for a long time.

Here is a piece of delightful news for Linux gamers: the long-awaited Linux version of “Life is Strange 2” is now releasing for Linux-based systems. Before this, the game was only available for Windows-based systems, but now it is being released for the Linux gaming community — a piece of news many of us were waiting eagerly!

The story of Life is Strange 2 revolves around two brothers, namely Sean and Daniel Diaz, who escape from their home, fearing the police, because of a tragic accident. Along the way, Daniel identifies his telekinetic power, and the two brothers turn to their father’s home town in Mexico for safety. Indeed, it is a tale of brotherhood coupled with great action!

Life is Strange 2 Screenshot
Life is Strange 2 Screenshot

Talking about the reviews of the game, it has been reviewed positively by both critics and players. The missing part was the unavailability of this very-positively reviewed game on Linux, and its release for Linux-based systems today has completed the puzzle.

Life is Strange 2 is now available on Linux-based systems, and you are no more confined to use Windows-based systems to enjoy this fun and thrill-packed game.

Above all other positives, the best thing is that this release for Linux-based systems is coming with all of the downloadable content.

In this specific release, you will get all the DLCs of this game, including Episode 1, Episode 2, Episode 3, Episode 4, and Episode 5. Having all the DLCs in one package means that you are you can start the story from its beginning, and get close to see the very end.

Life is Strange 2 Screenshot 2
Life is Strange 2 Screenshot 2

If you are interested in this game, all you have to do is to head to the Feral Store. This game comes at a small price compared to the quality entertainment.

The requirements for Linux-based systems are officially released. Intel Core i3-2100, clocked at 3.1GHz or AMD Phenom X4 945 clocked at 3.0GHz, and 4 GB of ram is capable of running this game, but using Intel Core i5 3470 clocked at 3.20 GHz, or AMD FX-8350 clocked at 4.00 GHz, and 6 GB RAM is recommended.

On the graphics front, Intel graphics cards are not supported. Your Ubuntu system requires Vulkan. Nvidia graphics cards require at least driver version 430.14 or later. The AMD counterpart cards require Mesa 19.1.2 or later. To run this game, you have to make sure that you have 40 GB of storage available on your computer.


Life is Strange 2 is now available on Linux-based systems, a novelty that players were demanding for a long time. The best thing is that all the DLCs are being released, and one can go through the whole story without needing a Windows-based operating system. To know more about this game, make sure to check out its official website.

Zohaib Ahsan
Hi! I'm Zohaib Ahsan, contributor to FOSS Linux. I'm studying computer science, I’ve learned a thing or two about operating systems that are based on Linux. This has made me join FOSS Linux where I can share what I have learned with the rest of the world. Not to mention — some major tea is going to be spilled as well — as I share with you the latest developments in the world of Linux.


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