Fatal Frame Director Will Consider Past Remastering Titles
Originally posted on November 30, 2021 @ 10:19 PM
Fatal Frame series director Makoto Shibata has uncovered that he will consider remastering more seasoned Fatal Frame games later.
Fatal Frame Maiden Of Black Water
Addressing JP Games (much appreciated, VGC), Shibata shared that even though Koei Tecmo doesn’t at present have any designs to remaster more Fatal Frame games. The cheerful gathering it has gotten to Fatal Frame: Maiden Of Black Water might change that.
Talking about plans for additional remasters, Shibata said:
“As this title was ready for the twentieth commemoration of the series, we right now don’t have any designs to foster some other remastered variants. In any case, the responses we have gotten from everybody have surpassed our assumptions, so I’d prefer to consider this pushing ahead.”
This news could imply that more seasoned Fatal Frame games – which go right back to 2001 – might be remastered for flow consoles later on.
Koei Tecmo is currently dealing with porting Fatal Frame: Maiden Of Black Water to various platforms.
Reported in June, the Fatal Frame game – initially delivered in 2014 – will show up on the Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC on October 28.
Examining the port, Shibata said it had been a test “to join the data that was projected on the Wii U gamepad and the TV screen onto one screen,” just as “enhancement for every stage’s regulator.”
Shibata likewise uncovered that another photograph mode in Fatal Frame: Maiden Of Black Water will permit players to spot phantoms from past Fatal Frame games “contingent upon the area and time” that players utilize the Psychic Lens.
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