The Life is Strange Remastered release date has leaked a bit earlier than intended. A new Life is Strange Remastered trailer has been discovered online, too — and the game is looking pretty darn good.
Life is Strange Remastered is an enhanced version of 2015's Life is Strange, an adventure game where a girl named Max uses time-bending powers to help her friends solve a grand mystery. It was surprisingly announced earlier this year and will include Life is Strange: Before the Storm Remastered in a bundle dubbed the Life is Strange Remastered Collection.
This upcoming remaster was revealed back in March 2021 following a leak of Life is Strange: True Colors, the next game in the Life is Strange franchise featuring an all-new cast of characters. The official info for that game arrived not too much later, and that's when we learned about the surprising announcement for Life is Strange: Remastered.
A trailer for Life is Strange Remastered was posted a bit early to Reddit in an apparent leak. Unfortunately, the trailer has already been removed — but not before we got a glance at the Life is Strange Remastered release date.
When is the Life is Strange Remastered Release Date?
The Life is Strange Remastered release date is September 30, 2021, according to the trailer that leaked earlier today.
The game will be coming to PC via Steam, PlayStation, Xbox, and Stadia; it looks like there isn't yet any information about a Nintendo Switch release. None of the Life is Strange games are on the Nintendo Switch, although that may be changing soon according to a recent ESRB rating for a Nintendo Switch version of Life is Strange: True Colors.
The trailer also indicated that pre-orders would be opening at the time of the announcement, but that clearly hasn't come yet. For now, you can add Life is Strange Remastered to your wishlist on Steam. You can learn more about this upcoming game and the franchise on its official website.
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