Last month, Square Enix announced Life is Strange: Remastered Collection, a touched-up collection of the first game in the adventure series and its prequel Life is Strange: Before the Storm, was being delayed into 2022. Now we know exactly when you’ll be able to revisit Max and Chloe’s story (or play it for the first time), as it’s been given a new release date of February 1, 2022.
The collection was originally meant to launch this year and in closer proximity to the recently-released Life is Strange: True Colors, but was pushed into next year to alleviate work on the team in the midst of launching a brand new game. The collection will come to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Stadia, and Nintendo Switch.
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While the remastered collection will take us back in time to the series’ past, the series’ present is looking pretty alright after Life is Strange: True Colors. For more on that, check out Fanbyte’s review. Or, if you’ve already finished the game and want to hear some lengthy, spoiler-filled discussion on the matter, be sure to check out our spoilercast on the Channel F feed. It was a pretty good show, in my opinion, as we talked about the game’s take on grief, romance, and forgiveness, and how each person on our panel came to make similar decisions in their ending but all for wildly different reasons.