Any Twitch players wanting to play Life Is Strange: True Colours will be able to use Crowd Choice plug-in, which allows viewers to vote on your choices in-game.
After the much-awaited announcement that Life Is Strange was getting a third sequel, Life Is Strange: True Colours will have support for Twitch’s Crowd Choice extension, which allowers viewers on a stream to vote on all the in-game choices live.
Since Life Is Strange is known for its choice-based narrative, the ability to use Crowd Choice could result in a much more engaging stream and some interesting outcomes.
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