Published: Wed, May 17, 2017
Sci-tech | By Jose Becker

Phantom Dust Remaster will be released tomorrow for free to everyone

Phantom Dust Remaster will be released tomorrow for free to everyone

Luckily, you'll be able to make up your own mind, as there's a HD remaster coming to the Windows Store tomorrow, and Microsoft are releasing it for absolutely free.

Phantom Dust isn't the only blast from the past available to Xbox One owners. The news came courtesy of Microsoft's General Manager of Xbox Games Marketing, Aaron Greenberg, who stated that he was pleased to announce that the self-proclaimed fan favorite title would be returning.

A fresh idea at the time and still very cool today, Phantom Dust has remained a cult favourite for many years. The game will be free on both platforms. If you missed it as a Games with Gold title, Burnout Paradise is just less than a fiver - and so too are Dead Space and Dead Space 2. The game also included a multiplayer mode, allowing players to compete against each other using their arsenals.

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Microsoft announced at E3 2016 that the game would be re-released with original graphics and improved Xbox Live functionality sometime in 2017. It has an enhanced frame rate and a 16:9 aspect ratio on top of its original Xbox release, Dual Shockers reported in another post.

Windows Central states that Phantom Dust's ability system revolves around deck building mechanics.

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