The recover of a Xbox One reconstitute of Phantom Dust may, unexpectedly, be right around a corner.
Microsoft announced an HD reconstitute of a decade-old diversion following a termination of a full reboot suggested during E3 2014. Darkside Game Studios, a strange project’s developer, sealed a doors reduction than a year later, and a diversion entered growth limbo. Microsoft even announced that it would be “not giving any some-more updates” on a swell of a game.
Phantom Dust eventually resurfaced during E3 2016 in an wholly opposite form, as a true refurbish of a strange Xbox diversion regulating a strange assets, rather than a full reconstitute or sequel. Since then, however, updates on a swell have been few and distant between, with no promotional pull to pronounce of.
That creates it all a some-more startling that, with no fanfare, Xbox conduct Phil Spencer chose to give us not usually a ambience of a game’s progress, though a provoke of a recover date—seeming to prove that a game’s growth is roughly done.
@HollowSchematic Should boat before E3.
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) Jan 29, 2017
This year’s E3 is set to run from Jun 13th to Jun 15th, so keep an eye out for Phantom Dust HD within a subsequent few months. It’ll recover on a Xbox One and PC.
Source: Phil Spencer on Twitter