Update: Life is Strange: True Colors for the Nintendo Switch has been delayed as announced by the game's developer Deck Nine in a tweet today.
In a statement released last night, the team behind Life is Strange: True Colors announced that it was delaying the release of the Life is Strange Remastered Collection - which was originally set to release in the Autumn - to "early 2022" on all platforms.
However today, Deck Nine also confirmed the delay of Life is Strange: True Colors on Nintendo Switch. The developers didn't announce a new release date for the Switch version however did confirm that "we still plan to release this year."
Yesterday's statement also announced the release date of the bonus episode of Life is Strange: True Colors, named Life is Strange: Wavelengths, which is set to release on September 30, 2021. Shortly after the release of Life is Strange: True Colors (on all platforms except Nintendo Switch) on September 10, 2021.
Additionally, Life is Strange: True Colors for Nintendo Switch is running a little late.We won’t be quite ready to release on September 10 – but we still plan to release this year. Please watch our channels for a confirmed date over the coming weeks!August 12, 2021
Original: Life is Strange: Remastered Collection has been delayed from Fall 2021 to Early 2022, Square Enix has announced. Meanwhile, Wavelengths, the upcoming Life is Strange: True Colors DLC starring the fan-favorite Steph Gingrich, is now due to release on September 30.
Rest assured, Square Enix has confirmed that Life is Strange: True Colors is still launching on September 10, and a new trailer for the Wavelengths DLC is coming tomorrow. But with all that going on, not to mention the pandemic that continues to complicate game development in several ways, the developers need a little more time to work on the Life is Strange remasters.
"Due to the ongoing challenges of the worldwide pandemic, we want to alleviate any additional pressure on the Life is Strange team by giving more time between the release of Life is Strange: True Colors and the Life is Strange: Remastered Collection," reads a statement shared to the official Life is Strange Twitter account. "For this reason, we have made the difficult decision to delay the release of the Life is Strange: Remastered Collection for all platforms."
An update from the Life is Strange team pic.twitter.com/0nty0TFMYJAugust 11, 2021
In a separate tweet, Square Enix confirms that if you buy Life is Strange: True Colors Ultimate Edition, you'll still get Life is Strange: Remastered Collection for free as originally planned, but now you won't have access to the remasters until they launch early next year.
For everything else to keep on your radar, keep an eye on our list of the most exciting new indie games for 2021.