Another day, another delay for the Nintendo Switch. Just this week, Dying Light 2 and Ghostrunner both experienced Switch-specific delays and now Square Enix, DONTNOD and Deck Nine’s Life Is Strange Remastered Collection was also pushed back.
Games, including remakes of Strange La river life and the prequel, Before the storm, will release as planned on February 1 for Google Stadia, PlayStation, Xbox and PC, but the Switch versions have been “postponed” and will require “extra time”, according to a statement from the company posted on Twitter.
This is the second delay the game has seen, the first one attributed to the “ongoing challenges” of the COVID-19 pandemic.
No official release date has been given, but the Switch release will be “later this year”. Another delayed Life is Strange game, True color, was finally released on the Nintendo Switch three months after it originally launched on other platforms, if that’s anything.
While you can still pre-order the Switch versions (digital and physical) through Square Enix Website, the option has been removed from the front page:
The Remastered Collection promises new visuals and animations, redesigned puzzles, lighting and engine upgrades, and full facial motion capture for “improved” character animations. significantly”. Previously released “Deluxe” content, including new skins and a bonus episode, will also be added to the game.
Will this delay affect you? Will you wait or load the Remastered Collection on another platform? Let us know what you think in the comments section.
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