The graphic adventure video game now has a December release date for the Switch
Nintendo Switch players rejoice!
Life is Strange: True Colors was released earlier this year on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC and Stadia, yet developer Deck Nine had to sadly reveal the Nintendo port would not be ready in time.
Yet now the time has come and fans can be expecting Life is Strange: True Colors very soon.
Life is Strange: True Colors Nintendo Release
Life is Strange: True Colors is a supernatural graphic adventure game set in between the events of Life is Strange series and Life is Strange 2, yet follows a separate storyline so you do not need to have played the Life is Strange series before playing it.
The plot of Life is Strange: True Colors follows Alex Chen, a young woman who can experience the emotions of others, as she tries to solve the mystery behind her brother’s death.
Nintendo Switch owners can expect Life is Strange: True Colors to arrive digitally on December 7, with the physical cartridge to be available to purchase on February 25, 2022.
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As an extra bonus for its fans, Square Enix also collaborated with Lo-Fi musicians to create a Lo-Fi playlist when playing Life is Strange: True Colors- or if you’re just in the mood to listen to Lo-Fi music. You can read more about it here.
Square Enix also had to announce its remaster of Life is Strange would be delayed until early 2022, yet players that bought True Colors will still have access to Life is Strange: Remastered Collection when it finally arrives.
Life is Strange: True Colors is out on Nintendo Switch digitally on December 7 and physically on February 25, 2022.
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