Life is Strange: True Colors & Remastered Collection are coming to Switch

The latest Life is Strange entries from Deck Nine Games have been confirmed for Switch.


Tuesday's Nintendo Direct at E3 2021 went from Smash Bros. to something totally different. Life is Strange fans can rejoice because Deck Nine's Life is Strange: True Colors and the full Life is Strange Remastered Collection are coming to Nintendo Switch.

Life is Strange: True Colors made its first public appearance back in March of this year when Square Enix and Dontnod Entertainment revealed the game to the public. True Colors is being helmed by Deck Nine Games, who previously worked on Life is Strange: Before the Storm. True Colors follows a new protagonist named Alex Chen, a young Asian-American woman who had bounced around the foster care system. The start of the game sees her move to Haven Springs, where she reunites with her brother after eight years apart. Alex's brother is later killed in what's reported to be an accident, but suspicions arise as to the true story behind his death. Over the course of the game, Alex begins to discover a psychic power that allows her to detect emotions in other people. True Colors will launch on September 10.

Along with True Colors, we also saw confirmation that the recently-announced Life is Strange Remastered Collection would also be arriving for Nintendo's Switch handheld console. Back in March, it was confirmed that this collection was being prepared for PC and consoles with the goal of sprucing up some of the visuals on the first two entries in the Life is Strange series. The Life is Strange Remastered Collection is scheduled to launch on September 10, 2021, for PC and consoles. The Nintendo Switch version does not have an official launch date as of yet but is expected to arrive before the end of this year.  

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