Previously, the developer of Deck Nine stated that the Nintendo Switch version of Life is Strange: True Colors “running a bit late,“Since it won’t be ready for the scheduled release date of September 10th, that’s when all the other versions of the game launch successfully.
At the time, Deck Nine didn’t explain why True Colors wasn’t as ready as it should have been, but it could be related to the global COVID-19 pandemic. influenced the development of countless games.
As the fourth installment of the Life is Strange franchise, True Colors introduces a new cast of characters and a new picturesque location, the small town of Haven Springs in Colorado. Playing as Alex Chen with the power of psychic empathy, you can uncover the truth and unravel the mystery surrounding your brothers’ alleged accidental death.
If you’re after the physical version of Life is Strange: True Colors, you’ll sadly have to wait until next year, as the physical versions of the game won’t ship until February 25, 2022. .
Also coming out in February next year will be Life is Strange Remastered Collection, was delayed again in September due to “ongoing challenges of the global pandemic”.
At the time, Deck Nine explained that the delay was to “relieve any extra pressure on the Life is Strange team by giving more time between the release of Life is Strange: True Colors and Life is Strange.” Remastered Collections”.