Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 03:14 pm
The ESRB rating organization noticed a mention of the Switch version of Life is Strange: True Colors
A vigilant Twitter user under the pseudonym Wario64 drew attention to the mention of the Switch version of Life is Strange: True Colors on the ESRB North American Rating Commission website.
Recall that the new part of the adventure series Square Enix and Deck Nine Games is currently announced for seven target platforms, but the hybrid Nintendo console is not among them.
Notably, shortly after the discovery, Nintendo Switch’s mention disappeared from the Life is Strange: True Colors page on the ESRB website. However, a screenshot of the incident has survived (see below).
Deletion may equally indicate an error made by the ESRB (the Switch version of Life is Strange: True Colors does not actually exist) and an attempt to hide information disclosed ahead of time.
To date, Nintendo Switch did not leave any one of the games. Life is Strange series, even though the developers desire to see the franchise for hybrid Nintendo console at one time and talked.
In Life is Strange: True Colors, players will play the role of Alex Chen, who can read and absorb others’ strong emotions. The heroine hides her “curse” from everyone, but her brother’s death forces her to master her powers.
Life is Strange: True Colors will go on sale September 10 this year for PC (Steam), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, and Google Stadia. Pre-orders have already started on all target platforms.