Life is Strange: True Colors for Nintendo Switch Gets December

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We already knew that Square Enix was planning to release Life is Strange: True Colors on Nintendo Switch. Today, we finally know that the Switch version will be released on December 7.

As noted in a new tweet, the Switch port will arrive digitally via the Nintendo eShop on December 7. Those looking to pick up a physical cartridge will have to wait until February 25, 2022.

Have you played Life is Strange: True Colors?

Life is Strange: True Colors was originally released on September 10 on all major platforms, but ahead of its release, developer Deck Nine games confirmed that the Switch version would not release alongside the other versions.

We reviewed Life is Strange: True Colors last September on IGN, which we gave a 9, noting that the latest entry was also the best in the series. The game also recieved a prequel DLC set one year before the events of the base game called Wavelengths, which released on September 30.


Taylor is the Associate Tech Editor at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster.

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