Square Enix has unveiled the next chapter in the Life Is Strange series, True Colors, which is coming to Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Xbox One on September 10.
The latest entry is being developed by Deck Nine, who previously worked on the spin-off series, Life Is Strange: Before The Storm. Unlike previous entries, the latest will not release in an episodic format, with the full experience available at launch. Players who pre-order now will also receive four free in-game outfits.
This time around, the story follows the story of Alex, who comes to the town of Haven after the death of her brother. As with other entries, Alex possess powers, and this time around its the ability to see people's auras and know what people are feeling. With these abilities, players will uncover a narrative based mystery.
"Alex Chen hides her 'curse': the psychic power of Empathy, the ability to absorb the emotions of others. When her brother dies in a so-called accident, Alex must embrace her power to find the truth."
Life Is Strange: True Colors also appears to be running a new graphics engine with improved visuals and motion capture technology. The series has never looked better and we can't wait to lose ourselves in its story.
Are you going to be checking out Life Is Strange: True Colors? Let us know in the comments below.
Looks interesting, If I did come to gamepass, even better!
This and "project" athia are looking really good and final fantasy 16 coming aswell and the recently released bravely default 2 being a gem, hopefully looks like square enix are getting their jrpg mojo back
I kinda wish they weren't so reliant upon super powers in these games, Before the Storm didn't give you any powers and I thought it was their best game.
Many things are what you expect from their games and more than a few things are similar to "Tell Me Why" which I think was also a LiS game in all but name. But still love the new graphics and I'm sure there will be a few tracks in the soundtrack I will love.
Curious about this one but I so hope I can try it on game pass first.
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