The port of the Japanese horror title will arrive this year with some news, but also with absences.
The Project Zero saga, although it has not been as famous as Resident Evil or Silent Hill, has a good number of fans for offering a proposal more focused on the japanese horror classic. Since its launch on PlayStation 2, the franchise has had five installments, all released in the West except for the fourth, Mask of the Lunar Eclipse, which stayed in Japan.
Although the producer of the saga, Keisuke Kimuchi, “would love it” to make more games in the franchise, the title we’re looking forward to at the moment is the Wii U port, Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water. The port promises to slightly improve the visual aspect of the Wii U version and will include some new features, such as different outfits for its protagonists.
Fans expected to have them on the Nintendo Switch versionIn Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water we could customize its protagonists with different pieces of clothing and on the occasion of its launch at the then after-dinner of Nintendo, several iconic skins from Nintendo’s beloved franchises were included: there was the “zero suit” by Samus, from the saga Metroid and the dress of the Princess zeldafrom The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.
When it comes to Nintendo franchises, it was evident that the versions of PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC would not have these outfits, but the fans expected to have them on the Nintendo Switch version, however, Koei Tecmo has confirmed through your web that the set of outfits had varied, disappearing those related to Nintendo and including some new As a reward.
Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water relaunch is coming to Nintendo Switch, PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC on October 28 of this same year. If you want to know more about this installment, you have available the analysis of the original Wii U version of Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water.
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