Is there a way to stop Kate from jumping?
First Dialogue Choice Make sure to pick “I was scared” to stop Kate from moving further toward the edge. If Max intervened in Kate’s confrontation with David, then players get two dialogue options: “Things will get better”, and “You matter, not just to me”. Both options are correct, so feel free to pick any response.
Can I save Kate in Life is Strange?
And eventually, in episode two, she climbs atop the dorms and is prepared to jump. Max is the only one who can save her – like the badass heroine she is. But for once, your rewind power can’t solve the problem. Instead, you must talk her down from the edge.
Should you tell David the truth Life is Strange?
An important choice occurs here, where you can tell David the truth about Chloe or lie to him. If you reveal the truth, he will kill Jefferson, if you lie then he will think everything is okay and Jefferson goes to jail. Max will now be back in town, amidst it’s annihilation by the tornado.
How many cigarettes does Chloe have?
She has 7 cigarettes.
Should Kate go to the police?
Although she can be convinced without choosing to go to the police, it is hard to do so without knowing the correct decisions in advance. It’s recommended to back up Kate’s decision to go to the police, as the choice to look for proof doesn’t actually have any significant benefits.
Should I tell Kate to go to the police or look for proof?
Can you save Victoria Life is Strange?
Jefferson for help. The Blackwell Academy photography teacher is actually the main antagonist of the game, and will kidnap Victoria and take her to his Dark Room, along with Max. Victoria will always die in this scenario.
Should I warn Victoria or not?
Without spoiling anything major, no, players should not warn Victoria about the Dark Room. Doing so will actually put her in danger, so it’s best to avoid telling her in order to see the best for the character.
What happens if you sacrifice Chloe?
If Chloe is sacrificed to save Arcadia Bay from the oncoming tornado, Max will use the butterfly photo to travel back to the moment Nathan shot Chloe in Episode 1 of Life is Strange. Instead of stopping him, she will not intervene, and Chloe will die.