Life Is Strange: True Colors Physical Version Out Now

Life Is Strange: True Colors finally came out on Switch, after a few delays, last December — and now, a couple months later, the boxed game is finally here, too.

Sadly, it doesn’t include any of the special content that other platforms have on offer as part of their Ultimate and Deluxe Editions — on Switch, it’s only the Standard Edition. Other platforms have the choice of accessing the Life Is Strange: Wavelengths side-story, the first Life Is Strange game and Before the Storm remastered, and 4 new outfits for Alex Chen.

You can order the physical edition here.

The Life Is Strange Remastered Collection is still coming to Switch, but we still don’t know when, following January’s delay.



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