Square Enix has removed the Denuvo protection from Life is Strange: True Colors. Moreover, judging by the SteamDB data, it happened on September 14th. The protection did not help protect the game from hacking, so using it further was probably considered inappropriate.
True Colors hasn’t attracted a large audience on Steam. Peak online games – 8 thousand – was still on release. There are about 1000 people playing it right now.
Life is Strange: True Colors follows Alex Chen, who is able to see emotions and read the minds of others. The project was highly praised by critics. The PS5 version has an average Metacritic score of 81 (56 reviews written). And we treated True Colors much more restrained.
True Colors was released September 10 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series.