The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit will not have Achievements or Trophies, Dontnod’s Raoul Barbet confirmed with Stevivor at E3 2018.
“No,” Barbet told Stevivor when asked.
The title — available free on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4 next week — was called a demo in a behind closed doors event prior to our interview, but Barbet stressed that the game is much more than that.
“I wouldn’t say that [it is a demo],” he said. “It’s formed around our relative experience. It’s a standalone experience.
“It means that if you don’t know Life is Strange, you can play it and discover the type of game we’re creating — and, I hope, the DNA of Life is Strange. Of course, if you know Life is Strange you can find a lot of details in Captain Spirit.
“It’s really a perfect introduction to Life is Strange 2.”
We’re days out from the release of The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit; the title heads to Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4 — for free — from 26 June here in Australia.