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    Life is Strange: True Colors now has a 60fps mode on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X

    Life is Strange: True Colors was launched last month, but console gamers were surprised to see that the game played at 30 frames per second on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. The explanation for this would be that the game's developer desired a more cinematic experience.

    Following multiple complaints from players, it appears that the corporation has reversed its decision. The game now has a new performance setting, thanks to a new patch released today.

    With this new update, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X owners will be able to switch between High Resolution and the new High Performance settings, which may run the game at 60 frames per second, resulting in much improved performance.

    The new update for PC gamers will arrive on October 6th and will solve the ability to use HDR technology, which players have been unable to enable. Furthermore, some scenes where there was a reduction in performance were rectified.

    The Life is Strange: Wavelengths DLC is now available, taking place before the events of True Colors and placing players in the shoes of the character Steph Gingrich.