Life is Strange Remastered was originally scheduled to be released on September 30, 2021, but Square Enix announced back in August that plans had been scrapped due to the pandemic, so the collection would not arrive until 2022. Recently, the publisher sent a press release to several newspapers, revealing It states that the new publication date is exactly February 1, 2022.
Includes a 2015 remake set Life is Strange in addition to its first game, 2017 Before the Storm. This includes all episodes of the two games, as well as all the add-ons released for them, as well as improved visuals, including levels and characters. Your promise is that the character animations will be “incomparably better”, because they use full motion capture technology. On the other hand, the released preview of the remaster didn’t seem to completely convince the audience, with many noting that there was little visible improvement.
Life is Strange is a great storytelling adventure game with a great story that revolves primarily around the traumas of youth, but also contains supernatural elements (in the main game, the protagonist Max can turn back time). Since then, Life is Strange 2 and Life is Strange: True Colors, which was recently released, have since been completed.
The Life is Strange Remastered collection will also be available for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadium.
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