Life Is Strange Before The Storm just had its third and final episode released this week.
The prequel to the much-loved time travelling adventure has received a great reception from fans, with Deck Nine Games nailing the feel of the original.
The original series also last week received a release on smartphones, with all episodes available to download on iOS and Android devices.
But this looks to be the only Life Is Strange release away from home consoles for the time being.
With the Switch riding high in the sales charts, Express.co.uk wondered if Life Is Strange Before The Storm would be heading to the hybrid console.
The Switch supports the Unity engine, which Before The Storm is built with, and a Square Enix bigwig previously said the console runs the engine well.
That may have raised hopes amongst fans that they could soon be taking Life Is Strange Before The Storm on the go with the Nintendo Switch.
Zak Garriss, lead writer on Life is Strange Before the Storm, recently spoke about the possibility of Deck Nine Games returning to Arcadia Bay.
The comments will surely raise hopes among fans about the possibility of a second season of Life Is Strange Before The Storm.
Zak also spoke about what it was like following in the footsteps of the original game’s developer Dontnod and how Deck Nine approached the challenge.
He said: “Dontnod accomplished something incredible with the first Life is Strange, creating a world filled with dark and lovely characters that resonated so strongly with fans.
“Following in their footsteps was an incredible challenge!
“In the end, we decided to focus on what we as fans loved about the first game, hoping that if we loved what we were making in Before the Storm, fans might love it, too.
“We couldn’t be more honoured with how the community’s responded – we read every letter, every post online.