Watch Alex explore Haven Springs’ Record Store in Life Is Strange: True Colors’ first gameplay trailer
With Life is Strange: True Colors‘ release less than a month away, Square-Enix has released the first official gameplay trailer for the highly anticipated release from Deck Nine Games.
In the footage, we get to see Alex explore Haven Springs’ Record Store and interact with some of the locals. Not only does it do a good job of showcasing the game’s incredibly detailed environments, but it also explores some of the dialog options along with Alex’s unique ability to feel the emotions of those around her.
So, wanto to see what’s in store? Of course, you do. Go ahead and check out the full 13 minutes of gameplay footage below:
Life is Strange: True Colors – First Official Gameplay
Developed by Deck Nine Games, Life is Strange: True Colors is the latest entry in the popular narrative adventure series. In it, players assume the role of Alex Chen, who has the power to sense, absorb, and control other people’s emotions. Alex must use this gift to explore the town of Haven and unravel the mystery behind her brother Gabe’s suspicious death.
Those hoping to uncover the small town’s secrets won’t have to wait much longer. The game will arrive on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC on September 10, 2021. However, Switch owners will have to wait a little while longer. The publisher confirmed via Twitter last week that the Switch version of Life Is Strange: True Colors has been delayed until later this year.
So, how do you like the look of the game so far? Are you looking forward to exploring Haven and uncovering the secrets behind your brother’s death when the game launches next month? Let us know in the comments below.