The Switch version of True Colors will finally be delayed

Someone has a nose and … others. Just this morning, our Artichoke Heart across the Alps told you about the adventures of the Life is Strange Remastered Collection, which has finally been pushed back to 2022, not without the reassurance of the arrival of the next episode. So much as I’m telling you that if those belly-legs have a tendency to find the best restaurants in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, predictions, it’s a different kettle of fish…


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Yesterday evening, the little hands responsible for giving a nice shot of Life is Strange, and its no less showy precursor than the show, considered themselves many others compelled to delay the game’s release, the fault of this damned epidemic that never ends. It upset the calendars we thought were well established at the time.

Pin your colors on the wall

Today, the black series continues, as the next subtitled episode True Colors in turn is postponed…yes but on Switch! In fact, only the portable version of the game developed by Deck Nine appears to be subject to this time delay:

more [des annonces d’hier]Life is Strange True Colors will be a bit delayed on Switch.

We won’t be quite ready for the September 10th release, but we do expect to get there before the end of the year.

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Stay tuned to our various channels for future confirmation of the release date in the coming weeks!

Now you’re warned: If Life is Stange True Colors is going to repaint the world without you feeling, without proof or bombs on September 10th on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and even Google Stadia, it’s expected Now the Switch version is a bit long since leaving in 2021. So is that seeing all the colors?

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