Adam Isgreen, creative director of Microsoft Studios, has subtly revealed on Twitter the arrival of its new title of Phantom Dust, remastered version of the same title released on Xbox in 2004 and ready to get back on Xbox One and Windows 10.
According to what is reported on NeoGAF, Microsoft seems determined to release new information about Phantom Dust Remaster next week.
The rumor comes from NeoGAF pages, where the same Adam Isgreen (known as Ishmae1 on the online forum) confirmed that he was recently interviewed by an unspecified tester, the interview in question (evidently with news of Phantom Dust) should be published in the very next week.
“There’s a very good reason Shannon said what she did about original rendering, but it’s no longer true,” Isgreen said. “As I said, more info next week, but I’ll pop back on to clarify anything that was missed after the interview is out – I think I rambled a bit – easy to do with a game you love.”
We look forward to further details, according to the latest rumor, Phantom Dust Remaster will be released in the spring on Xbox One and Windows 10.
In early April, Phil Spencer had shared a new picture of the remastered edition, although for the moment the title is still missing an release date. Previously there was talk of a possible debut before E3 , we’ll see if it will be the case.
I may have done an interview yesterday regarding a game people are excited is returning. I may have rambled. You may hear it next week? =)
— Adam Isgreen (@Ishmae1) April 21, 2017