A Life is Strange 2 Kickstarter campaign, combined by fans rather than a strange developers, was taken down roughly as fast as it was put up.
The creators of a Kickstarter debate due dual options for handling a funds, possibly they would comment a developers with a income they lifted or they would use that same income to buy a rights to a skill and unite a opposite developer. They did not comment for a third option, however: the immediate close down of a page, presumably due to a unapproved use of copyrighted and copyright material.
While these Kickstarter creators might not have had a authorised management to make a supplement to Life is Strange, they positively had a passion. “Life is Strange was such a unique, constrained and relocating diversion that has overwhelmed a hearts of so many in a approach that few books, cinema or games ever have a diversion continues to have an intensely vast and dedicated following,” a debate page read.
Life is Strange developer, Dontnod Entertainment, clearly has the courtesy focused elsewhere, such as their arriving title, Vampyr, scheduled to launch in 2017.