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Life is Strange: Remastered Collection now has a final release date, with Square Enix and Deck Nine confirming today that the package is scheduled for February 1, 2022.

Life is Strange: Remastered Collection includes Life is Strange Remastered and Life is Strange: Before the Storm Remastered. It includes remastered character and environment visuals, a new engine and lighting upgrades, and new fully motion captured facial animation in Life is Strange. Before the Storm contains the Deluxe content – specifically outfits, the ‘Farewell’ episode, and Zombie Crypt outfit.

Square Enix and Deck Nine have posted a new trailer for Life is Strange: True Colors, the latest entry in the acclaimed graphic adventure series.

Here’s an overview of the game with more information:

Square Enix and Deck Nine have published the first official gameplay video for Life is Strange: True Colors. Fans can see 13 minutes of footage from the title.

Here’s the full video:

Life is Strange: True Colors appears to be the next Switch game with a physical release that has a download requirement. The game’s boxart has started to show up on retailer websites, and the typical notice we’re all familiar with is included. In the bottom left corner, we can clearly see the words “download required”.

Here’s a look at the boxart:

Square Enix and Deck Nine have issued a trailer for Life is Strange: True Colors’ “Wavelengths” DLC, which is launching shortly after the main game.

Here’s what to expect from the extra content:

Yesterday, Square Enix and Deck Nine announced that Life is Strange Remastered Collection was delayed to early 2022 across all platforms. We’re also now hearing that Life is Strange: True Colors has been pushed back specifically on Switch.

True Colors won’t be ready to go on September 10 as originally planned. However, it will still launch on Switch by the end of 2021.

The full statement reads:

Square Enix and Deck Nine are delaying the launch of Life is Strange Remastered Collection. Rather than debuting later in the year, it’s been pushed back to early 2022.

In a statement on Twitter, the Life is Strange team cited “ongoing challenges of the worldwide pandemic” for the delay.

The full message reads:

Square Enix and Deck Nine shared a new trailer for Life is Strange: True Colors. It shows off Haven Springs, “a small town with a big heart.”

Here’s today’s trailer:

The Life is Strange series has yet to grace a Nintendo platform, but the ESRB has reason to think that its latest entry is bound for Switch. Life is Strange: True Colors was rated for the console earlier today.

Life is Strange: True Colors was first announced last month, though there has been no word on a Switch release. Either the ESRB made an error here, or Square Enix is saving news about putting it on Nintendo’s platform for a later date.

For those that haven’t heard of Life is Strange: True Colors previously, check out the following overview and trailer: