Life is Strange: True Colors launched last month for a bunch of platforms, and originally, it was going to release for the Nintendo Switch on the same day. Shortly before its launch developer Deck Nine and publisher Square Enix announced that the Switch version had been delayed, but would still be coming in 2021. Its release window has now been narrowed done.
Taking to Twitter, Square Enix announced that Life is Strange: True Colors will be releasing for the Nintendo Switch sometime in early December, as a digital-only release. An exact release date will be announced in the coming weeks, and digital pre-orders for the game will go live at the same time.
Life is Strange: Remastered Collection will also be bringing the original Life is Strange and the Deck Nine-developed Life is Strange: Before the Storm to the Switch (and other platforms) in February.
Life is Strange: True Colors is currently available on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia. You can read our review of the game through here.
An update for #NintendoSwitch players! We're happy to announce that the digital edition of #LifeisStrange #TrueColors will release in early December. Keep your eyes peeled for the exact release date in the coming weeks – we'll announce it when we open the digital pre-orders. pic.twitter.com/fRd1mR00g7
— Life is Strange (@LifeIsStrange) October 20, 2021
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