Deck Nine has revealed the new release date for Life Is Strange: True Colors on Switch after it was delayed back in September.
Originally set to release in September alongside the other versions of the game, True Colors was delayed to a later unannounced date to put less pressure on the team for the release of True Colors. Now, Deck Nine has revealed that True Colors will hit Switch digitally on December 7, as reported by Video Games Chronicle. The physical release of it on Switch won’t happen until February 25, 2022, though.
Before picking up True Colors next week on Switch, be sure to check out our thoughts on it in Game Informer’s Life Is Strange: True Colors review.
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Life is Strange: True Colors is just around the corner, and while the team over at Deck Nine is working on Alex’s story, as well as the Wavelengths DLC that stars Steph Gingrich, the studio did announce a delay for the Life is Strange: Remastered Collection.
Deck Nine offered an update on the Life is Strange series in a recent social media post, including confirmation that Life is Strange: True Colors will arrive on September 10, with the Wavelengths DLC slated for a September 30 release. Life is Strange: Remastered was originally expected to launch around the same time, but Deck Nine wants to ensure the safety and wellbeing of its team, which is incredibly important. To do just that, the decision has been made to push back the Remastered Collection to sometime early 2022.
In recent years, hidden studio culture has been slowly coming to light. We’re seeing it now with the Activision Blizzard lawsuit. We’ve seen it with other studios like Rockstar Games, Riot, and Ubisoft, and we’ve even seen worrisome reports from indie studios, as well. Now, more than ever, teams must look out for one another to promote safe and healthy work environments. Not just in games but all industries. Though it’s easy to be a little disappointed when an anticipated title is pushed back, it’s better to take care of those crafting these adventures than to burn out the experience totally. Whenever the Remastered Collection arrives, we’re excited to dive back into the journey of Max and Chloe once more.
UPDATE: The Nintendo Switch version of Life is Strange has also been pushed back:
Additionally, 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.
Please watch our channels for a confirmed date over the coming weeks!
— Life is Strange (@LifeIsStrange) August 12, 2021
To learn more about the world of Life is Strange, be sure to check out our True Colors hub here to learn more about the newest protagonist and the darker side of empathy.
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