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Ashly Burch & Hannah Telle Returning as Chloe and Max for Life is Strange: Before the Storm’s Bonus Episode

Publisher Square Enix has announced that Life is Strange voice actors Ashly Burch and Hannah Telle — who played with the two lead characters Chloe and Max, respectively — would be reprising their characters such as  Life is Strange: Before the Storm‘s “bonus” episode called “Farewell,” which is available in the Deluxe Edition of the game.

Especially, Square clarified that the bonus episode for Before the Storm is currently planned to get there in early 2018, and that the team “were delighted to hear the news that both Hannah Telle and Ashly Burch managed to come back together again to voice Max and Chloe. ” Square also added that Rhianna DeVries — who currently is voicing Chloe at  Before the Storm‘s center episodes — will “continue to work closely together with us” mostly on the movement catch of Chloe for its incident.

Notably, this announcement comes to light after the preceding truth the Burch was unable to come back into voice Chloe at  Before the Storm because of the (at the time) ongoing discussions occurring between the studio and the SAG-AFTRA strike that was trying to enhance requirements for voice actors from the games sector. Using writing the story, Burch stayed on to help developer Deck Nine as a consultant.

Life is Strange: Before the Storm is accessible now on PS4, Xbox One, also PC, using a more installment of this season remaining ahead of the forthcoming “Farewell” bonus episode. For a closer look in the reunion of Ashly Burch and Hannah Telle to the series, you can check out a brand new video from Square under, and you may browse our thoughts about the series’ latest episode:

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