This page lists interesting but easily missed observations that can be noticed throughout the game Life is Strange 2. These observations may include actions the player is not directly involved with, objects the player cannot interact with, or simply interesting parallels or foreshadowing.
Post-it Note CodeEdit
A Post-it note that says 80085 can be seen on the noticeboard in the room of Sean Diaz. This is an old calculator joke where typing this will appear to read "BOOBS." It appears again on another wall with a Post-it that says H035 ("HOES").
Sean Singing Edit
If Sean turns on the MP3 player in his room while preparing for the Halloween party, he will sing along to certain verses of the song "On The Flip Of A Coin". He will also drum his hands against his thighs to the beat.
All-Seeing Eye Carving Edit
A crude carving of the all-seeing eye graffiti commonly associated with Chloe Price can be found on a picnic table in the picnic area along the Trout Spring Trail in Mount Rainier National Park. There appear to be M's or W's carved in each corner of the triangle, but because the corner with the "rays" is considered to be the vertical point, its letter displays as an M. It is likely, then, that the other two letters are also meant to be M's.
Eriksen Family Trip Carving Edit
On another picnic table in the same area, a carving with Chris Eriksen, Charles Eriksen, and Emily Eriksen's names can be found, who made their first appearances in The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit. The year etched below their names appears to either be 2012 or 2014, which remains consistent either way with Emily's death having occurred in late December 2014.
Daniel's All-Seeing Eye? Edit
Chloe's Kindred Spirit Edit
Chloe Price's "Hole to Another Universe" graffiti from Season 1 is echoed in Season 2 with the "Exit Door to Somewhere Else" graffiti that can be found in Karen Reynolds' room when a lamp is turned on.
Mushroom's Bandana Edit
TBA - screenshot and explanation to follow (wiki staff - Cuddlecuffs)
Sean Humming Edit
In Episode 1, Sean can sing along to certain verses of the song "On The Flip Of A Coin," but in Episode 2, on the second morning we wake up in the Reynolds' house, Sean will hum small segments of the same song as though it's stuck in his head.
Cassidy's Backpack Edit
Cassidy's backpack displays three references to things that feature in Season 1. These three things are a Pacific Steve's Famous Crab patch, a "No Fucks" patch that mirrors a young Max Caulfield's "No fucks given" scrambled-letter T-shirt, and some red plaid (possibly a blanket) that mirrors a shirt belonging to Rachel Amber, worn by Max in "Chaos Theory."
Leet Train Edit
The train that Sean and Daniel jump on at the end of Episode 2 has "1337" written on its side. This is the way "leet" is spelled in an informal numerical code used on the internet. The same train originally appeared in the first Life is Strange as it passes by the junkyard in Arcadia Bay, Oregon. It is also assumed to be the train seen in Before the Storm.
Episode Three - "Wastelands" Edit
Cassidy's Shorts Edit
Cassidy has a patch sewn on her shorts that features the character found on The Forks posters that can be found throughout Arcadia Bay in Season 1.
Taped Camera Edit
- When Sean is accessing Karen's tablet at the Sand Snake Motel, the camera is covered with a small piece of tape. Perhaps Karen is paranoid or somebody has been trying to protect her whereabouts.
- ↑ Freecam mod used to hide playable character only.