Phantom Dust re-release hits Xbox One, Windows

Xbox One Backward Compatibility Super Sale now on, offering up to 70% off on 275+ titles

Phantom Dust re-release hits Xbox One, Windows

The game will also have support for both 1080p and 4K resolutions, depending on the capabilities of your system specifications. The game's multiplayer mode will also be cross-platform between both so there should hopefully be a healthy player base.

Back in 2014, Microsoft announced its plans to bring Phantom Dust back with a complete re-make.

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After hiding in the shadows for months, Microsoft has suddenly dropped Phantom Dust Remastered on Xbox One and Windows 10.

Now on Xbox One, you can get up to 70% off over 275 games as part of the big Xbox One Backward Compatibility Super Sale.

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The news comes via Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg, who made the announcement on Twitter. While initial feedback about the game's development was good, the studio quickly consumed its 5 million dollar budget before the title was ready.

So will you be playing Phantom Dust come tomorrow? The series then laid dormant until a re-release was confirmed in 2016, with a vague promise of a release before E3 2017. Not only will the remaster be launching on PC, but it will be doing so this week and it'll be free. Free games are free games, and I'd feel a bit foolish looking Microsoft's green-skinned gift horse in the mouth.

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Will you give a chance to this relaunch of Phantom Dust Remaster?

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