Life is Strange: True Colors On Xbox Series X and PS5 Receives 60 FPS Performance Update

A new update for Life Is Strange: True Colors adds a new high-resolution/high-fidelity mode for the game on current-gen platforms.

Posted By | On 04th, Oct. 2021

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A new patch for Life Is Strange: True Colors on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S will be adding a new “high resolution/high performance mode” on the consoles. As mentioned on publisher Square Enix’s official website, the update will be dropping on PS5 and Xbox platforms today, while it drops on October 6th for all other platforms.

In addition to this fix on consoles, the Steam version of the game will also be receiving HDR support, alongside ironing out issues with the game’s framerate while using Steph’s powers. Given how the game’s console versions were locked to 30 fps, it’s obviously great that fans on current-gen machines can enjoy a richer and more fluid experience.

Developer Deck Nine is currently investigating issues players are encountering with Life Is Strange: True Colors – Wavelengths, which should be addressed in a future patch. Life Is Strange: True Colors released on September 10th for nearly all major platforms and the game has been receiving mostly positive critical reception.

Patch Notes:

Fixed Issues

PlayStation 5

  • High Resolution / High Performance (up to 60fps) mode/s toggle added

Xbox Series X

  • High Resolution / High Performance (up to 60fps) mode/s toggle added

Steam

  • HDR enabled
  • Frame rate issues around Steph Power moment fixed

Stadia

  • Tutorials and How to Play text updated to use Tap wording when using Tap Accessibility setting for Power Controls.

All Platforms

  • Achievements/Trophies for all collectibles should now retro-actively be awarded when reaching the Title screen on launch or when loading a different save file. This will also check for and award the Platinum trophy on PlayStation if applicable.

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