Nintendo has announced Life is Strange: True Colors and Life is Strange: Remastered Collection are headed to Nintendo Switch. The big news comes as a part of Nintendo’s E3 Direct, and confirms rumors that the games would eventually be available on Switch. Whereas True Colors will release on Switch alongside PlayStation, Xbox, and PC on September 10, as of right now the Remastered Collection is simply scheduled for later this year, despite it’s recently announced September 30 release date on other systems.
Life is Strange: True Colors is the next entry in the Life is Strange series, and features new character Alex Chen who can harness the power of enhanced empathy to help her through the game’s notoriously difficult choices. The Life is Strange: Remastered Collection follows the series first protagonist, Max Caulfield, and her best friend Chloe Price, as they travel through time and make difficult decisions that will save either their hometown or their friendship. The Remastered Collection contains all five episodes of Life is Strange and the game’s spin off, Life is Strange: Before the Storm.
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