Square Enix announced during yesterday’s Nintendo Direct that both Life is Strange Remastered Collection and Life is Strange: True Colors are coming to the Nintendo Switch.
Life is Strange: Remastered Collection includes remastered editions of the original Life is Strange and Life is Strange: Before the Storm. Life is Strange has upgraded aesthetics and better face animations thanks to mocap technology, while Life is Strange: Before the Storm Remastered has remastered aesthetics across all characters and locations.
Both games contain the original award-winning plot, challenging decisions, beloved characters, and classic VO talents.
Life is Strange: True Colors
This new adventure takes us to Haven Springs, a sleepy town in the middle of the mountains, set in the Life is Strange universe. We’ve arrived with Alex Chen, a 21-year-old woman who has been living in a shelter for a long time and hasn’t seen her older brother, Gabe.
It wouldn’t be a Life is Strange without a character with powers. Alex Chen’s is, strangely enough, that of extrasensory empathy, seeing and feeling the emotions of others… to the point that they can influence those feelings.
On paper, it’s not as spectacular a power as Max’s or the Diaz brothers’ younger siblings’, but it will undoubtedly help to connect with each of Haven Springs’ residents on a new level.
Life is Strange: True Colors is a narrative adventure developed by Deck Nine Games and Square Enix that will be released for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and Nintendo Switch on September 10, 2021. As for Life is Strange Remastered Collection, it does not yet have a specific release date for the Switch.