Life is StrangeTrue Colours launches in September alongside Remastered Collection
Life is Strange: True Colours, the next entry in Square Enix’s supernatural adventure game series, will release on September 10, 2021.
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During today’s Square Enix presents livestream, developer Deck Nine – the studio behind 2017 spin-off Before the Storm but not the two previous mainline Life is Strange games – revealed its next game. In another departure from Life is Strange tradition, all five chapters of True Colours will release at the same time, moving away from the series’ episodic format.
True Colours features a new cast of characters, headed up by Asian-American protagonist Alex Chen, who reunites with her brother Gabe in the town of Haven Springs after eight years in the foster care system. Alex’s power revolves around the ability to detect and change the emotions of the people around her, something she’s been able to do since childhood, but which she has to keep firmly in check lest she be overwhelmed by those feelings.
Deck Nine describes True Colours as the start of a “bold new era” of Life is Strange, and while the series’ visuals are still in place, the new game will take advantage of full motion-capture as part of the series’ “next generation.”