First Screenshot of Phantom Dust Remaster Released

Coming to Xbox One and Windows 10 PC.

Xbox head Phil Spencer has showcased the first screenshot for the Phantom Dust remaster.

On Twitter, Spencer revealed a look at the Xbox One version of the cult card-battler/action-RPG hybrid (it’s coming to Windows 10 PC too). Phantom Dust was announced at E3 2016, with Microsoft updating the original Xbox game to feature improved online play.

Head of Xbox Phil Spencer revealed this first screenshot from the Phantom Dust remaster. (Courtesy of Spencer's Twitter page)

Head of Xbox Phil Spencer revealed this first screenshot from the Phantom Dust remaster. (Courtesy of Spencer’s Twitter page)

Spencer also made clear that the “30 FPS” in the corner wasn’t necessarily indicative of the framerate in all versions of the game, clarifying that this was played on a regular Xbox One, as opposed to the in-development Scorpio console upgrade.

Now this remaster isn’t the same thing as the Phantom Dust reboot unveiled at E3 2014. That remake was put on ice after developer Darkside Game Studio closed down in early 2015.

For more on the Xbox Play Anywhere title, be sure to read IGN’s review of the original Phantom Dust.

Evan Campbell is a freelance writer who scripts the Daily Fix, streams games on his Twitch channel, and chats about movies and TV series on Twitter.

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