Life Is Strange: True Colors will arrive on the Nintendo Switch on December 7, after delays originally coming with other platforms earlier this year.
Publisher Square Enix announced the new release date for the Nintendo Switch version of Life Is Strange: True Colors via the tweet below. Now you’ll finally be able to play Alex Chen’s Journey wherever you go, and the Switch launch of True Colors means Deck Nine’s narrative adventure has launched on all intended platforms.
We are happy to announce that #LifeIsStrange #TrueColors will be available for physical purchase on 7th December 2021 on the #NintendoSwitch eShop and on 25th February 2022. Available for pre-order now: https://t.co/ieuQ0ZUoKA pic.twitter .com/tRqi8PDl6dNovember 24, 2021
However, if you want to pick up a physical version of True Colors for Switch, you’ll have to wait a bit longer. Tweets from the official Life Is Strange Twitter account reveal that the game’s physical version of Deck Nine has been pushed back to February 25, 2022, nearly three months after the initial Switch launch.
Life Is Strange: True Colors originally launched for PC and console platforms in September, welcoming the veterans of the series to a new adventure with an entirely new protagonist and setting. Our Full Life Is Strange: True Colors review rated Deck Nine’s adventure game with a 4.5/5 rating, describing it as a true showcase of the series’ next generation of performances.
It’s unclear whether the Switch version of True Colors will receive the Wavelength DLC, which originally arrived just weeks after the game’s initial launch on other platforms. This prequel DLC follows the story of sidekick Steph from before the arrival of Alex Chen in Heaven Springs, and Heather wrote that she can’t stop thinking about how it brought Steph’s story into her impressions.
If you’ve already joined Alex and Steph’s adventure, you might want to check out our wavelength interview Follow along with the actor from Steph for a deep dive into the beloved character.