Dragami Games has announced that it’s working on a remake of Lollipop Chainsaw that will release in 2023. As Yoshimi Yasuda claimed, this remake is being developed by a lot of the staff that worked on the original game.
As Yasuda stated:
“One thing that we have to tell fans of the original game is that even though the original staff are working on the remake, there will be elements that are different from the original. For instance, the original game had 16 licensed songs used in the soundtrack, but it is unfortunately difficult for us to implement all of them this time. As a result, aside from a few licensed tracks, the soundtrack will consist of new music. Additionally, since we have access to consoles with higher specifications, we will be taking a more realistic approach to the graphics this time.”
Dragami Games has not announced yet the platforms for which Lollipop Chainsaw Remake will come out. As such, we don’t know yet whether the game will release on PC. For what it’s worth, its original version never found its way to our platform. Okay okay, you can play it via emulators but there isn’t any native PC version of it.
Stay tuned for more!
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