Understanding the Life is Strange series is to be an episodic set of stories originally crafted by developer Dontnod Entertainment. Originally launching in 2015, the series branched into spin-off releases like Life is Strange: Before the Storm and the more recent Life is Strange: True Colors from developer Deck Nine. With the addition of Life is Strange 2 set in the same universe, Dontnod Entertainment shares that the next projects from it does not include the ongoing franchise.
While the developer is currently finishing up on Life is Strange Remastered Collection, the team already has other properties in mind for its next lineup. However, while the team is moving on to new pastures, the series is still not on Nintendo Switch even years later. While Dontnod would like to port the series, the firm told that the publisher , this being Square Enix, has to make the call.
During the recent Nintendo E3 Direct, Square Enix unveiled that both Life is Strange Remastered Collection & Life is Strange: True Colors is to hit the Nintendo eShop. You can watch the reveal trailer in the video below:
“Deep in the mountains of Colorado lies Haven Springs, a small mining town filled with beauty and mystery. As Alex Chen, you’ll discover the shocking secrets behind your brother’s death using your psychic power of Empathy to alter fate and change lives,” the overview reads for the Life is Strange: True Colors.
“Play as Max Caulfield, a photography senior who discovers she can rewind time. She and her best friend soon find themselves investigating the mysterious disappearance of a fellow student. Max must quickly learn that changing the past can sometimes lead to a devastating future,” reads the description for Life is Strange Remastered Collection. “When Rachel learns a secret about her family that threatens to destroy her world, it’s her newfound friendship with Chloe that gives her the strength to carry on. No longer alone, the girls must confront each other’s demons and find a way to overcome them.”
Oddly enough, there is no information if Life is Strange 2 will arrive to Nintendo Switch as of the announcement. Are you excited for either Life is Strange announcements for Nintendo Switch?
Life is Strange Remastered Collection ships sometime in fall 2021 for Nintendo Switch; Life is Strange: True Colors arrives on September 10, 2021.