Chinese gamers have staged a revue bombing adventure Life is Strange: True Colors on Steam. The reason was the Tibetan flag, which can be seen over the entrance of one of the shops. The problem is that it symbolizes the movement for Tibetan independence from China, where, in fact, it is forbidden.
Enix has not yet commented on this account. Perhaps in time, a patch will be released that will take away or change this symbolism.
Recall that critics have warmly welcomed Life is Strange: True Colors — we‘ve taken to Deck Nine’s new creation more restrained. And based on the same reviews on Steam, Chinese discontent has not affected Life is Strange: True Colors, which is now 84%.
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