Last September, Life Is Strange: True Colors was officially available on home devices and PC, and the game performed well, especially in terms of ratings, and even got an 8/10 rating during our review. In order to provide better game performance, especially on new generation devices, today it is getting its first official updates.
Life Is Strange: True Colors today received a new update across Xbox Series and PS5, adding High Resolution with Performance Mode that allows players to experience the game at 60 frames per second, after it was locked to just 30 frames, along with Solve issues with the game’s frame rate while using Steph’s character abilities. The update will also add HDR support across the PC platform and Steam store.
The developer also announced that the update will also make its way to the rest of the major devices tomorrow.