Life is Strange took the world by storm when it was first released back in 2015, and has spawned numerous sequels. Now, Life is Strange: Remastered promises to breathe fresh life into the original game with an upgraded port coming soon to PS4/PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Switch, Google Stadia, and PC.
While the game was originally announced to have a September 2021 release window, it was pushed back until 2022 to ensure the safety of the team behind the game. Well, we finally have a proper release date on the title, and we can expect it to hit the market on February 1st, 2022, barring any other delays down the line.
Life is Strange: Remastered Release Date
Originally, Life is Strange: Remastered was announced at E3 2021, and was supposed to be coming to all platforms on September 30, 2021. Since then, the game’s official Twitter account announced that the game would actually be released a little later, citing the health and safety of the development team as the primary reason.
This has caused a little bit of awkwardness for some folks who bought the Life is Strange: True Colors Ultimate Edition because it was supposed to come with Life is Strange: Remastered for free. With the release date pushed back, it no longer coincided with True Colors which was successfully released in September 2021.
Check Out The Trailer
If you just can’t wait for the game to come out, then you can check out the trailer below. It features details on some of the changes coming to the game, as well as a side-by-side comparison of the new and old graphics.
So far we know that the game is going to look a lot better. However, there have been some rumors floating around that Square Enix has refined the puzzles and gameplay a little too. Either way, you can look forward to Life is Strange: Remastered dropping this February on all major platforms.