Life is Strange: True Colors has finally got a set release date for Nintendo Switch.
The game’s previously revealed December release window has now been narrowed down and confirmed to be digitally released on December 7th on the Nintendo Switch eShop. Fans will have to wait a little longer to pick up the physical version, which will be released on February 25, 2022.
Despite this longer wait, pre-orders for the physical version are already available from selected retailers – you can secure a copy from Amazon and Argos while we speak.
A bold new era of award-winning Life is Strange begins with an all-new playable main character and an exciting puzzle to solve!
Alex Chen has long suppressed her “curse”: the supernatural ability to experience, absorb and manipulate the strong emotions of others, which she sees as glowing, colored auras.
When her brother is killed in a so-called accident, Alex must use her volatile powers to find out the truth – and uncover the dark secrets of a small town.
Looking forward to trying out Life Is Strange: True Colors on Switch? Our friends at Push Square checked out the PS4 version if they wanted to learn more, saying that the game “had every chance of becoming the best game in the series yet, but it let down on arguably its most important element: history. “
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