Square Enix and Deck Nine Studios have released official images showing the technical advances in Life is Strange: Remastered Collection over the original versions.
There is not much time left until the release of Life is Strange: Remastered Collection. Although Square Enix and Deck Nine Studios had been silent about the collection for a long time, they started showing more of it on the eve of its release. Recently, we saw the release of trailers for the remake of Life is Strange and the remaster of Life Is Strange: Before the Storm, which show parts of the gameplay and their interfaces. Square Enix has now published an article reviewing some of the collection’s visual enhancements.
Both Life is Strange and Life Is Strange: Before the Storm remasters running in the collection run in true 4K resolution, and upgraded character models to 4K bring improvements in the physics of the characters and smoother animations. This collection has a new lighting system and highly improved animations of the characters, which is made possible by fully recording facial movements and improving lip synchronization during conversations. Life is Strange: Remastered Collection has been improved in many areas to provide a complete and better experience for gamers.
Square Enix has released new images that show the technical advancements of the remastered games Life is Strange and Life Is Strange: Before the Storm compared to the original versions. Life is Strange: Remastered Collection was originally scheduled for release in 2021. But Deck Nine Studios delayed it “due to growing concerns about the corona outbreak” to “reduce the extra pressure on the production team.”
Life is Strange: Remastered Collection is now available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox X series platforms on February 1st | Xbox S Series, PC and Google Studio. The Nintendo Switch version of the game will be available to gamers a little later in late 2022.