All we know about Lost Records: Bloom & Rage from Life is Strange dev
Hot off the heels of one of my favourite titles this year, Jusant, DON'T NOD dropped another exciting game reveal during this year's Game Awards - Lost Records: Bloom & Rage.
Another narrative-driven experience that seems like it'll be right up the street of those who love the Life is Strange series, there looks to be plenty of twists and turns - particularly as the first trailer showcases the characters in their younger years and as adults, too.
Set to arrive sometime in 2024, with a trailer to break down and a few little details already shared about the game, here's all we know so far about Lost Records: Bloom & Rage.
What is Lost Records: Bloom & Rage?
As we've run over briefly, according to the game's official page on DON'T NOD's site, Lost Records: Bloom & Rage will be a "brand-new story-driven journey through time from the creative minds behind Life is Strange."
Interestingly, it seems that the story will flip-flop between different time periods, as we see one particular character, shown above, as both an adult and during their high-school years in 1995.
Adding to that, while these characters are friends during their time in high school, they end up going 27 years without contact - but why? Personally, I can't wait to see how DON'T NOD crafts their story, as Life is Strange is one of the most memorable titles I've ever played.
Lost Records: Bloom & Rage trailer
Lost Records: Bloom & Rage was showcased during 2023's The Game Awards, and along with it came a reveal teaser. Other than the information we've already spoken about, the trailer definitely packs a punch in creating an intriguing narrative.
During the clip - which has just over a minute of runtime - we see Autumn, Kat, Nora, and Swann hanging out and playing music, and sitting on a dock by the waterfront, before we see them making their way through a wood at night.
We then get a clip of the group running through the wood, a burning forest and some characters trapped in a building caught in a blaze, before the group approaches the edge of a long drop that emanates a strange, purple glow.
There's then a frame of one of the characters as an adult, asking "Why now?" before a voice off-screen adds, "Because we made a promise."
Now if that's not a brilliantly done reveal trailer, I don't know what is.
What platforms will Lost Records: Bloom & Rage be on?
While a solid date has yet to be revealed, we do know that Lost Records: Bloom & Rage will be available to play on PC (via Steam), Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5.
So far, though, that's all we have on Lost Records: Bloom & Rage. As we learn more leading up to launch, we'll update this page with more details as they arrive - so make sure to check back soon!
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