Life is Strange: True Colors official artwork and logo

[Update #2]: Life is Strange: True Colors has now landed onto PC and consoles alongside generally positive reviews.

[Update]: Life is Strange: Remastered Collection has been pushed back until early 2022.

As a part of a recent batch of Life is Strange announcements, Square Enix dropped a rather pleasant surprise on everyone - the reveal of a brand new game by the name of Life is Strange: True Colors. Best of all, not only are we getting a brand new Life is Strange game this September 10, 2021, but they're also dropping the episodic format and will have the whole story available from the very start!

Speaking of which, the story will revolve around our lead character Alex Chen and her ability to experience, absorb and manipulate the emotions of other. With this nifty power in tow you'll need to figure out the truth behind your brother's death, and as is tradition, uncover the myriad of dark secrets buried in the small town of Haven Springs.

You can get a pretty good idea of what all of this looks like in action through the recently posted trailer. Have a gander, it's a rather fun one:

When it comes to the platforms, Life is Strange: True Colors will be available on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation and Google Stadia, though I wouldn't be surprised if even more get added after launch.

Once more information becomes available I'll make sure to let you know. Until then, you can read a little bit more about True Colors over at the Life is Strange website.