Life Is Strange: Remastered Collection, an upgraded bundle for both Life Is Strange and Life Is Strange: Before the Storm, has been delayed until early 2022. The reason behind the delay is evolving changes with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Life Is Strange team gave a statement on Twitter, saying they wanted to alleviate the pressure the health crisis had put on development, especially considering the studio is also putting the final touches on Life Is Strange: True Colors.
Alongside the announcement of the delay, the team also revealed that Life Is Strange: True Colors’ Wavelengths DLC will release on September 30th. This is 20 days after the game’s September 10th launch date. This is a bonus episode set prior to the events of the game, and is available in the $70 Deluxe and $80 Ultimate editions of Life Is Strange: True Colors.
Finally, the studio did say a new trailer for Life Is Strange: True Colors will land tomorrow, August 12th. No specific time was announced.
The Life Is Strange franchise has been a collaborative project by co-developers Deck Nine and Dontnod Entertainment. Dontnod worked on the original and the sequel, while Deck Nine created the two spin-offs, The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit and Before the Storm.