Life Is Strange: Remastered Collection has been given a new release date by Square Enix, with the publisher confirming that the game will be available on February 1st 2022. Life Is Strange: Remastered Collection was delayed last month, with the main reason being to remove pressure on the development team as they geared up for the release of Life Is Strange: True Colors. That was released earlier this month.
The Remastered Collection was announced back in March alongside the latest game in the series, True Colors. Remastered Collection will bring together both the original Life Is Strange from Dontnod and the prequel series Life Is Strange: Before the Storm, which was developed by Deck Nine. Both games are being given a thorough overhaul with new visuals across characters and environments, while the character animation will use full facial motion capture, and the gameplay has been updated with refined puzzles. Life Is Strange: Remastered Collection will be available on PC, Stadia, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch.
In our review for Life Is Strange: True Colors, Reuben wrote: Life Is Strange: True Colors is an incredible new addition to the series. It brings perhaps the most likeable protagonist yet, the absolutely gorgeous Haven Springs, and an excellent supporting cast together for an intensely emotional but hopeful tale. With enough gorgeous sweeping cinematic shots to put an indie film to shame, and some absolutely incredible writing, Alex’s journey is something you must experience.
You can read the full review for Life Is Strange: True Colors by clicking here. The game is available for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC, Stadia, and Switch.
Source: Press Release