Life is weird: real colors Annoying Chinese soldiers For being in Haven Springs, the city where the adventure takes place Flag Seen badly by the Beijing regime, the regime of independent Tibet. In fact, the game has provoked a real political debate in those areas, and at this point we can assume that it will not be officially allowed in China.
The flag can be found in a small shop in Haven Springs and is a simple decorative element. Nonetheless, Chinese users have begun to post Bad reviews The game of steam, fortunately in the minority, due to its presence. Many of these criticisms are genuine political statements, confirming Tibet as part of China and lashing out at developers and characters.
On the other hand, we do not believe that life is strange: even if it were not for the Tibetan flag, the true colors would have officially come to China, with characters with themes and population, ruled by those who preferred.
We remind you that life is strange for the rest of us: True colors are available for PC, PS4, PS5, Stadia, Xbox One and Xbox Series X and S, and in the future it will also come with the Nintendo Switch.
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