Over the last couple of years, Square Enix has brought almost the entire Life is Strange series over to the Switch, with Life is Strange: True Colors having launched for Nintendo’s platform in December 2021, followed by Life is Strange: Arcadia Bay Collection last September. The series’ second numbered instalment remains the only one to now be available on the Switch- though that will soon be changing.
Square Enix has announced that Life is Strange 2 is releasing for the Nintendo Switch. It will launch for the platform in a few days’ time, on February 2, with pre-orders now available on the Switch eShop. As per the game’s eShop page, it will require 26.5 GB of free storage space- which, by Switch standards, is surprisingly hefty.
In our review of Life is Strange 2, which is the last game in the series to be developed by Don’t Nod, we awarded it a score of 9/10, saying, “The jury is out on whether or not Life is Strange 2 is superior to the first game, but it is undoubtedly bolder and more ambitious, with something meaningful to say.” Read the full review through here.
Available to pre-order now from the Nintendo eShop and will release on February 2 2023.
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