Square Enix has announced two new Life is Strange games, Life is Strange Remastered and Life is Strange: True Colors. Life is Strange: True Colors is the next part in the LiS series, featuring an all-new playable lead character and a thrilling mystery to solve. On the other hand, Life is Strange Remastered is a remaster of the first game.
Life is Strange Remastered will feature remastered visuals across characters and environments. Additionally, it will have vastly improved character animation using full facial mocap performance. The remaster will also update and refine gameplay puzzles, and will pack various engine and lighting upgrades.
In Life is Strange: True Colors, players will make tough decisions and choose their own future. Players can freely roam the streets, stores, and hidden spaces of Haven Springs and meet unforgettable characters.
There is currently no ETA on when Life is Strange Remastered will come out. On the other hand, Life is Strange: True Colors will release on September 10th and will be using Denuvo.
Lastly, Life is Strange: Before the Storm will be also receiving a remaster.
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