Life is Strange: True Colors is a narrative adventure game developed by Deck Nine and published by Square Enix.
A young woman named Alex Chen is featured as protagonist, who must make use of her abilities to experience other people’s emotions to solve the mysteries behind her brother’s death.
Other notable games are also included in the lineup, such as Dragon Age 2, Cricket 22, Star Wars Squadrons, and more.
An image of this month's Game Pass titles has been spotted on a public Microsoft server and seemingly corroborates the leak.
Deck Nine's narrative adventure title launch for PlayStation, Xbox, Stadiam and PC in September, and is now available on Nintendo Switch as well.
The game will be available via the Switch eShop on December 7, while a physical release will be coming on February 25.
Originally due out day and date with other versions in September, Life is Strange: True Color's Switch release is now set for December.
A new update for Life Is Strange: True Colors adds a new high-resolution/high-fidelity mode for the game on current-gen platforms.
There's a total of four new releases in the top 10 of the charts, with NBA 2K22 debuting in third place and Life is Strange: True Colors at No. 6.
True Colors comes through with some strong characters and a compelling story.
The latest game in the Life is Strange series won't require you to have a beefy rig to play, though you will need some juice for the maximum settings.
A crucial scene from the game's second chapter is shown off in its recent Future Games Show trailer at Gamescom 2021.
Venture with Alex to Haven Springs where to share an awkward reunion reunion with her brother Gabe and meet the various residents.
Get an extended look at the latest entry in the narrative adventure game with introduction to multiple characters and a key location.
Play as a key True Colors side character, Steph, in this side story that will release shortly after the main game launches.
Square Enix says the Switch version of Life is Strange: True Colors is "running a little late," but it's still going to launch in 2021.
The small Colorado town will serve as the setting for the newest entry in the anthology series, and today we get a look at what the place is like.
Square Enix has confirmed that both upcoming Life is Strange releases are coming to the Nintendo Switch later this year.
An extensive new look at Deck Nine's upcoming narrative adventure game focuses on Alex's powers of sensing other people's emotions and thoughts.
Life is Strange: True Colors, the upcoming Black Panther expansion for Marvel's Avengers and much more will be revealed in the 40 minute showcase.
The DualSense's light bar will also be used to match with different "emotions."
Learn more about Ryan, a self-confessed "rugged, mountain man type."
Her brother's death pushes Alex to uncover the mysteries of Haven Springs.
A look at the various faces and voices you'll encounter in the new adventure.
Before venturing to Haven Springs, Alex has a one-on-one with her social worker.
Steph is also getting her own prequel adventure called "Wavelengths."
Travel to Haven as Alex and attempt to resolve a tragedy.
An alleged leak pulls back the curtain on what to expect for the new game.
A glimpse of the new protagonist is also provided.
The broadcast, called Square Enix Presents, will be roughly 40 minutes long.
Before the Storm developer will allegedly handle all things Life is Strange going forward.
If we get a third entry, it'll be a new set of characters.