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Life is Strange: True Colors Comes to Switch in December

Life is Strange: True Colors, the latest game in the acclaimed narrative-driven Life is Strange series from Dontnod Entertainment and Square Enix, is getting a release on Nintendo Switch this December. However, this will be a digital release only, with physical versions expected to arrive in February 2022.

Square Enix has finally announced a release date for the Nintendo Switch version of Life is Strange: True Colors, and it will drop on the Nintendo eShop as a digital release on 7 December 2021. Thereafter, fans will have to wait until 25 February 2022 to get their hands on the physical version of the game.

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Life is Strange: True Colors will be the first game in the series released for Nintendo’s hybrid console. It was originally supposed to launch alongside the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC versions at launch in September. However, Square Enix delayed the Switch version of the game, and we now have a confirmed release date. Sadly, this only involves the digital release but it’s something to look forward to.

Additionally, Square Enix also announced that they’ve chosen to delay the launch of Life is Strange Remastered Collection on all platforms to February 2022. The Remastered Collection will bring several visual enhancements, more detailed environments, and an improved game engine that will allow them to use full facial motion capture to enhance character animations. The bundle includes the original Life is Strange and its acclaimed prequel, Life is Strange: Before The Storm.

Life is Strange: True Colors arrives on the Nintendo Switch eShop on 7 December 2021, and thereafter will receive a physical release on 25 February 2022. Life is Strange Remastered Collection is also expected to launch on 1 February 2022 for all platforms including Nintendo Switch.

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Source: Video Games Chronicle

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