https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YF418T1Y1MQ [/ embed]
Anyone who has played the first life is strange will know intimately Arcadia Bay, a small town in the Midwestern United States that is a character in history like any of the people you know. Life is Strange: True Colors seems to be trying to create a similar experience with Haven Springs, a small town in midwestern America. A new promotional video now wants to show that the little one doesn’t have to mean asleep. Steph Gringrich, who is one of the protagonists of True Colors, will take you on a tour of the "small town with a big heart."
Aside from talking about the seriously fictional setting, Steph promotes the highlights of Haven Springs like … a bar with a music box! An ice cream parlor! At the bar, entertainment options include several fully functional slot machines and a table football, and Steph also takes time to talk about the LARPing sessions he conducts.
Seriously though, the video does a good job of showing the look of the game and highlighting some classic elements of Life is Strange that should be expected, such as chatting with locals, the possibility of romantic and community events where the main character Alex Chen will probably make new friends.
Of course, it wouldn't be a Life is Strange game if everyone had fun. This is a look at Haven Spring before the tragedy arrives, but it solidifies the messages of the previous revealing trailer: you'll have to discover the central mystery of why Alex's brother died, but at least you won't have to do it alone. .
You won't have to wait much longer either: life is weird – the actual colors are set to be released on September 10, and you can currently book it Steam. The Life is Strange Remastered collection, which consists of remasters of both the first Life is Strange and its prequel, Before the Storm, opens shortly after September 30th.