There's bad news for fans of adventure games: the Life is Strange: Remastered Nintendo Switch release date has been delayed to later in 2022.
Life is Strange: Remastered was surprisingly announced last year alongside the reveal of Life is Strange: True Colors. This collection features the original Life is Strange and Life is Strange: Before the Storm in one package.
Unfortunately, the collection ended up being delayed to 2022. Then, the Nintendo Switch version of Life is Strange: True Colors ended up getting delayed by a couple of months. Now, a similar Life is Strange: Remastered Nintendo Switch release date delay has been announced.
"We have an update for you regarding the Life is Strange: Remastered Collection," read a tweet on the game's official account. "The collection will still be hitting Google Stadia, PlayStation, Xbox[,] and PC on February 1st[, 2022] as previously announced. We have a wealth of preview goodies for both titles planned before launch, starting with an extended look next Tuesday! (25th)"
"However, we are sorry to share that the Nintendo Switch versions of the games have been a little set back and will need a bit more time until they are ready, so will be releasing later this year."
When is the Life is Strange: Remastered Nintendo Switch Release Date?
The Life is Strange: Remastered Nintendo Switch release date will be sometime later in 2022. Unfortunately, a more specific release date has not yet been announced.
Life is Strange: Remastered is not the only recent Nintendo Switch delay; both Dragon Ball Z Kakarot's Card Warriors and Dying Light 2 had to hold back their respective launches on Nintendo Switch. For now, you can learn more about the Life is Strange franchise and buy the latest release Life is Strange: True Colors via its official website.
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