After releasing on the Switch just a few weeks ago and being a personal favorite of mine already (despite a few small but ultimately insignificant issues), we’ve already got news about the future of The House of the Dead: Remake and where it will be headed in the near future.
In a fantastic turn of events that happened sooner than we thought, The House of the Dead: Remake is headed to all other platforms on April 28th, 2022, including Steam, GOG, Xbox, PlayStation 4, and Google Stadia. This means we can finally get a taste of how the game will run on stronger hardware as well as how it will function with a light gun setup on PC. I’m personally over the moon that this is happening so soon.
Publisher Forever Entertainment also confirmed that the PlayStation 4 version will eventually have PS Move support patched in at a later date, though it won’t be available at launch. This is great news since there haven’t been any non-VR games that supported the PS Move since the PS3. The developers have gone out of their way to make this the best experience possible on PS4 as long as you own a PS Move. Hopefully, that patch will show up sooner rather than later.
Developer MegaPixel Studio has also said that additional content will be added to the game later. While no specifics have been given about when that will come, it’s great news that a game that already has so much variety and content will be getting even more in the future.
Stay tuned for more news regarding The House of the Dead: Remake as it gets ready to blast through the game on additional platforms on April 28th! I’ll be posting a follow-up article to explore the other versions shortly after they’re available.