Last week it was announced the third installment of Life is Strange, which will arrive in September on the usual platforms of the series, that is, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Google Stadia and PC. These adventure games have never made it to the Nintendo Switch, and it seems like Life is Strange: True Colors will not be the exception … or yes?
The ESRB, the age rating body for video games in the United States, has included Nintendo Switch in the game card. You can see for yourself: at the time of writing these lines, the record takes hours with the mention of Nintendo Switch, without anyone having changed it.
It could be a mistake, although the ESRB has a long history of leaking information ahead of time that has turned out to be true, such as the arrival of Crash Bandicoot 4 to PS5 and Series X or the launch of Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD, which confirmed the release of the game on PC before its official announcement.
It should be remembered that a leaker already leaked the announcement of the third Life is Strange (also correcting its name). That same leaker assured that the remastering of the first two games was on its way to Switch. Although Life is Strange Remastered Collection has been announced, there was no mention of Switch either.
Despite not having been announced, all the evidence indicates that Life is Strange, both True Colors and the remastering of the first two, will arrive on Nintendo Switch, although perhaps it will do so at a later date than the other versions, as usual with almost every cross-platform game coming to Switch. Therefore, perhaps the announcement is reserved by Nintendo, in one of its presentations Nintendo Direct Mini Partner Showcase…