Life is Strange: True Colors releases on Switch digitally in December, physically in February

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Following a delay announcement in August, Dontnod Entertainment has revealed that Life is Strange: True Colors will release on Switch digitally on December 7. Fans wanting a physical copy will have to wait a bit longer, as the physical Switch version will release on February 25, 2022, the same month that the Life is Strange: Remastered Collection will land on the platform. The announcement came from the official series Twitter account. You can see the tweet below.

Lauded for its powerful storytelling and well-written characters, Life is Strange: True Colors is set to come out on Switch just ahead of The Game Awards 2021 on December 9, where the game has picked up three nominations (the game is nominated for Best Narrative and Games for Impact, and Erika Mori picked up a nomination for Best Performance). That gives Switch players a few days to see what all the fuss is about before the awards go out.

Have you played Life is Strange: True Colors on another platform, or have you been waiting patiently for its Switch release? Will you grab the digital version right away, or would you rather wait for the physical edition in February? Do you have any prior experience with the series? Let us know in the comment section below.

Nick Pearson
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