FATAL FRAME-PROJECT ZERO Mask of the Lunar Eclipse feature

FATAL FRAME / PROJECT ZERO: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse releases on March 9th

KOEI Tecmo has announced that FATAL FRAME / PROJECT ZERO: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse will release on March 9th. In order to celebrate this announcement, the team has also released a new trailer that you can find below.

FATAL FRAME / PROJECT ZERO: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse is a traditional Japanese horror adventure game. The game takes place in the western-style mansions and abandoned hospitals on R?getsu Isle.

As the game’s description reads:

“The story progresses by discovering relics like old newspaper articles and notes that help the girls unravel the island’s secret past. While exploring, the girls will also be confronted by a series of spirits. They will need to use a Fatal Frame franchise classic, the Camera Obscura, to repel vengeful ghosts, sealing away their power by photographing them. Throughout the game, the girls will need to equip stronger lenses and change out different films in order to capture the most powerful spirits, while also using the camera to capture “things that cannot be seen” to help them find the evidence they need to remember their haunting past.”

For this remaster, KOEI Tecmo has improved the rendering of shadows and the light of the flashlight. Moreover, the in-game movies and character models have been brushed up to make the story and characters more appealing.


PROJECT ZERO: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse - Overview Trailer

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