Guys, I hope you are emotionally ready to return to Arcadia Bay. After a slight delay, Square Enix announced this week that “Life is Strange: Remake” will be available early next year.
The Remastered Collection released with the new work True Colors relives the original Life is Strange and the derivative product Life is Strange: Before the Storm. The textures and models have been reworked, and the new lighting engine has helped improve the game that started to look a little dull. The motion capture process used in True Colors is also introduced here to help give the original LiS actors more life.
This is not the most dramatic reform. But this is a popular game, it maintains the spirit of the original to a large extent, and at the same time does not look like the 2015 game.
However, “Life is Strange” left a deep impression at the time, and subsequent games continue to follow this supernatural young adult novel format. This is a script about youth drama and quaint American towns. This month’s new work “True Color” faithfully follows this script, mainly for its benefit.
“Although true color has its flaws, I have never had so much fun in the “Life is Strange” game,” Rachel wrote in her review of “Life is Strange: True Colors.” “Previous games in the series dealt with incredibly heavy topics, such as convincing friends not to jump from the roof of a building or experience terrible racism, so even when there are happy moments, they are often considered bitter. Sweet, fleeting moments in an unfair world. True color is quite dramatic, but there are also incredibly happy moments.
Life is Strange: Remastered Collection is launched on February 1, 2022.