Nintendo’s E3 Direct had several announcements, including new games, ports, and even an update on Breath of the Wild 2, but there was also an unexpected announcement regarding Square Enix’s supernatural narrative series. Life is Strange is set to make its Nintendo Switch debut this fall.
Life is Strange Remastered Collection and Life is Strange: True Colors are both coming to Nintendo Switch. True Colors is releasing on September 10, 2021, which is the same day it’s releasing on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC. The release date for Life is Strange Remastered Collection on Nintendo Switch is coming later and has not been provided yet. Currently, the only information listed for the title on Nintendo’s website is Q4 2021, along with a brief description of the game. Life is Strange Remastered Collection is set to release Fall 2021 on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation.
Life is Strange Remastered Collection includes remasters of Life is Strange and Life is Strange: Before the Storm, which is a shorter prequel story that takes place before the first game’s events. Both games feature supernatural elements involving time manipulation that come into play during a dramatic and emotional story starring high schoolers Max and Chloe.
Life is Strange: True Colors is the third game in the series and also features a supernatural element. This time it’s wrapped around empathy and influencing others. Life is Strange: True Colors – Deluxe Edition includes Life is Strange Remastered Collection but it’s only been announced for Xbox, PlayStation, and PC at this time. Square Enix and Nintendo have not yet announced a deluxe version of True Colors for the Nintendo Switch.