Producer Wants To Make A “Fatal Frame on Switch”
The last game of the Fatal Frame saga was Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water, and although it seems like a thing recently, it already has five years behind it since it was launched in Japan in 2014 and 4 years worldwide, since it was not available until 2015. The saga has been asleep since then and surely many have been wondering if it would see the light again.
Recently, the producer of the saga, Keisuke Kikuchi, has expressed interest in making a new installment of Fatal Frame for Nintendo Switch. Although he is currently busy with the Fairy Tail RPG, he has commented to the Nintendo Everything website his desire to relive the horror game of Koei Tecmo.
“Yeah, I do want to make a Fatal Frame on Switch,” Kikuchi said. “I think it’d be a ton of fun to play with the console in handheld mode and moving all around.” Kikuchi was also immersed in another IP that had a continuation on PS3 and PS Vita, Deception IV Blood Ties, and claims to have “a lot of ideas” with all this.
In the interview, he comments on other things regarding the game, such as that he is “very happy” that he is often asked about the future of the saga and about it in all generals.
The title first appeared on Nintendo platforms in 2008 with the exclusive title in Japan as Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse, four years later came Project Zero 2: Wii Edition, which although it was launched in English, only landed in European and Australian territories; After that, two years later came Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water for Wii U.