Developed by Telltale Games and Deck Nine, the sci-fi narrative adventure focuses on a more sensitive Camina Drummer during a strange mission.
Remasters for the first Life is Strange and Life is Strange: Before the Storm are out now for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC players.
Deck Nine and Square Enix have detailed and highlighted some of the technical improvements the upcoming remasters will boast.
The prequel's remaster receives its first gameplay with visual improvements for the cast, along with a trailer comparing cutscenes with the original.
Life Is Strange: Remastered Collection's first gameplay trailer showcases updated environments and facial textures ahead of its imminent February release date.
Updated visuals for characters and environments along with full facial motion-capture are on display in Deck Nine's upcoming remastered collection.
Life is Strange: Remastered Collection will launch on other platforms as planned, but Switch owners are going to have to wait longer.
Telltale Games is coming back with a bang, with the announcement that it will be making a game based on Amazon's sci-fi series.
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.
The remastered collection will bring the first game and Life is Strange: Before the Storm with updated graphics and improvements early next year.
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.