We have seen some trailers for Life is Strange: True Colors, the upcoming adventure game about a young woman who can experience and manipulate the feelings of others and her quest to discover the truth behind her brother’s death. With the game now just a few weeks away, Square Enix has dropped a new, lengthy video that provides a more in-depth look at how it actually plays.
The video was filmed at a local record store/radio station, the “cultural landmark” in Haven Springs, the small town where Life is Strange: True Colors is set. Alex, the main character, explores the store, treats some locals nicely, sends a text message or two, and engages in adventure game logic in the form of finding a toy to give to the cat so she can get a list of purchases for the album he’s sitting on.
There’s a lot of weird music-related chatting, and towards the end we get a glimpse of Alex’s unique ability — and a sense of why she sometimes looks at it as a curse — as she witnesses a hot phone call.
Life is Strange: True Colors Set to Release September 10th Steph, the DJ who appears in the video, will be rocking her own pre-downloadable content called Wavelengths due to arrive September 30th — you can catch a trailer for that below.