Remastered Collection for Switch postponed again • Eurogamer.de

Key owners will have to wait longer to get Life is Strange: Remastered Collection.

The release of Life is Strange: Remastered Collection on Nintendo Switch has been delayed again.

The set, which consists of the original Life is Strange and prequel Before the Storm, is now scheduled for release “later this year.”

Only switch affected

The Life is Strange Remastered collection was originally scheduled to be released about two weeks after the launch of Life is Strange: True Colors in September 2021.

However, publisher Square Enix made a decision in August to postpone the collection to early 2022.

For other platforms – PlayStation, Xbox, PC and Google Stadia – the set will now appear on February 1, 2022, and Switch owners will just have to wait a little longer again.

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Can Square Enix Sagitt

“As announced, the set will be available on February 1st on Google Stadia, PlayStation, Xbox and PC,” an update read on Twitter. “However, we regret to report that the Nintendo Switch versions of the games have suffered a slight setback and will require more time to complete, and therefore won’t be released until later this year.”

No specific release date was given for the converter. For now, all you can do is be patient.

For the group, some improvements will be made to the games, especially in terms of technology. You can expect better characters and environments, as well as changing lighting. And the first part is now based on the facial animation captured through motion capture.

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