Although motion capture was used heavily in the first two games, True Colors’ has been elevated to a new level with us able to see Alex Chen in much more detail than what we have seen before, when the games were running off the Unity engine.
You can see the improvements made below in the opening scene from the game.
Life Is Strange: True Colors was announced for PS5 and PS4 back in March and the first gameplay for the game was showcased, highlighting major improvements to the franchise. On top of that, Deck Nine are remastering both the first game and Before The Storm in a new collection releasing later this year.
Life Is Strange: True Colors releases for PS5 and PS4 on September 10, 2021.