In addition to Life is Strange: Remastered collection getting delayed, the Nintendo Switch version of Life is Strange: True Colors is also delayed now, and it misses the planned release on September 10th.
Life is Strange: True Colors Nintendo Switch version delayed
Life is Strange: True Colors, the next game in the series that started in 2015, has been delayed on Nintendo Switch. There is no exact release date, but the expectation is that the game reaches the hybrid console of Nintendo still in 2021.
“Life is Strange: True Colors for Nintendo Switch is running a little late. We won’t be quite ready to release on September 10 – but we still plan to release this year,” says a company post. “Please watch our channels for a confirmed date over the coming weeks!”
In addition, Life is Strange: Remastered Collection, which includes both the first game and the next game called Before the Storm, was pushed back to early 2022 on all platforms. According to the studio Deck Nine, the idea is to be able to focus on True Colors and ease the pressure on development teams.
Despite the delay of Life is Strange: True Colors on Nintendo Switch, the game will still be released on September 10 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Life is Strange: True Colors is about the protagonist Alex, who has long suppressed her hidden ability. She is able to experience, absorb and manipulate the emotions of others. For the first time with Life is Strange you don’t have to wait for new episodes, because True Colors appears directly as a complete game. And for the first time, there is also a German voice output for part of the series.