During the Nintendo Direct aired on June 15, it was announced that the newest Life is Strange game – Life is Strange: True Colors – will be available on Nintendo Switch. Not only will Life is Strange fans be able to play True Colors on the Switch, they’ll also be able to purchase and play the Life is Strange Remastered Collection (which contains Life is Strange and Life is Strange: Before the Storm) as well! 

Life is Strange: True Colors and Remastered Collection Coming to Nintendo Switch

Life is Strange: True Colors and Life is Strange Remastered Collection are coming to Nintendo Switch as confirmed by a trailer shown during the Nintendo Direct on June 15. The news came with a charming animated trailer showing Alex from True Colors sitting between Chloe and Max from Life is Strange. 

It was one of those things we didn’t know we wanted until we saw it and went, “Oh my god, the three of them are sitting together!” even if it was only for a few seconds in an announcement trailer.

But yeah, can we have all three of them hang out together in a game? Can we make that happen? Anyway, Life is Strange: True Colors is currently set to release on September 10 while the Life is Strange Remastered Collection is slated for "later this year".

You can get both bundled together with the Ultimate Edition along with the Wavelengths bonus story for Life is Strange: True Colors as well as a few outfit packs and whatnot. That said, we’re not sure if the Ultimate Edition will be a purchase option available for Switch or not.

We’ve only seen purchase options pop up for other platforms like PlayStation, Steam, and Xbox. And if you look at the Switch page for Life is Strange: True Colors, you don’t see the option to pre-order digitally yet either (as of June 15 at 3:15 p.m. EST).

It’s possible the Ultimate Edition will be available for Nintendo Switch owners to purchase in the (hopefully) near future. If that's the case, we recommend looking into the Ultimate Edition if you're interested in buying both Life is Strange: True Colors and the Life is Strange Remastered Collection.

As soon as we know more about the Switch release of the Life is Strange Remastered Collection and whether it'll be available on September 10 alongside Life is Strange: True Colors, we'll be sure to share that info with you. 

Until then, what did you think of the news that both Life is Strange: True Colors and the Life is Strange Remastered Collection will be available for Nintendo Switch? Were you hoping to see Life is Strange get a Switch release? Are you considering purchasing something like the Ultimate Edition to get everything bundled together?

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