Puerto Lobos is a mentioned location in Life is Strange 2. Located in Sonora, Mexico, it is the hometown of Sean and Daniel Diaz's father, Esteban Diaz, and the brothers' prospective shelter following a tragic event involving the police.

Real-world Puerto Lobos Edit

It is unknown whether the Puerto Lobos referenced in the game is the same as the real world Puerto Lobos, a small fishing village in the Mexican state of Sonora.

The postcard on the wall in the Diaz dining room depicts a coastal town similar to Arcadia Bay and lush with greenery, while the real world location is largely barren, has a lighthouse, and is very sparsely populated.

Esteban says he was the dodge-ball champion in high school, but there is no high school in the real world Puerto Lobos, nor are there any modern amenities, such as electricity and running water. In addition, the "Lobos" (wolves) referenced in the name of the real world Puerto Lobos are not canines, but dolphins. (Dolphins in Mexican Spanish are los lobos del mar, sea wolves.) In the crest on the in-game postcard, a canine is shown.

For these reasons, it is likely that the Puerto Lobos in the game universe is partially to wholly fictitious.

Trivia Edit

  • A postcard sent from Puerto Lobos can be found at Esteban's desk. When Sean looks at it, he comments, "Will dad actually take us there one day?"
  • Puerto Lobos is Spanish for "Port of Wolves" or figuratively "Wolves' Refuge". This ties into the overarching wolf theme in the game.
  • Sean says that they may have family there.
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