Square Enix has delayed the upcoming Life is Strange: Remastered Collection. The game, which was originally meant to release sometime in 2021 and offered as an incentive to those who purchase the upcoming Life is Strange: True Colors, won’t make its release.
In a statement, The Life is Strange team shared an update regarding the Remastered Collection. According to the Twitter post, everything is still on track for Life is Strange: True Colors. The game is releasing on 10 September 2021. In addition, players can expect the first DLC, Life is Strange: Wavelengths starring Steph Gingrich, to release on 30 September 2021.
Square Enix has confirmed that users who still purchase the Life is Strange: True Colors Ultimate Edition are still entitled to the two remastered games as part of the package. They will just have to wait until early 2022 for the games to release.
The Life is Strange: True Colors Ultimate Edition still grants entitlement to the two Life is Strange Remastered Collection games, which will now be available on their new release date in early 2022.
— Life is Strange (@LifeIsStrange) August 11, 2021
Life is Strange: True Colors is expected to release on 10 September for PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox and PC. Catch up on the latest trailer down below.