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The House of the Dead Remake Spotted for PS4


There will be a recreation of The House of the Dead, a renowned arcade shooter from the 1980s — but it will only be available on the Nintendo Switch. To put it another way, that’s the official statement. It’s been over a year since the remake was announced, and it will be launched only a few days later, on April 7th, according to the studio. Unexpectedly, it looks that the remake will also be released on the PlayStation 4, which is a welcome development.

Unbeknownst to the public, a Reddit member noticed that The House of the Dead Remake has appeared on PlayStation Network servers, implying that an announcement is imminent. Providing that we do really receive confirmation in the near future, we would not be adverse to racing through the remainder of this on-rails journey again.

Will House of the Dead Remake be released for PS4?

According to Reddit, the PlayStation 4 version of The House of the Dead Remake has received a title ID as well as an official picture on the PlayStation Network. There is currently no more information available on a release date, or anything else for that matter, on the game. Forever Entertainment, on the other hand, has previously said that the game was meant to be released on a variety of platforms. The game was featured in their 2019 annual report for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Google Stadia, Steam, and Epic Games Store, in addition to the previously announced Nintendo Switch version.

The on-rails shooter will be remade from the ground up, with better visuals and music. The original arcade game was released in 1997. A similar campaign is underway; Dr. Roy Curien’s latest study, which seeks to understand the essence of life and death, has only succeeded in generating a dangerous army of zombies as a side effect. The Curien Mansion in Europe is under attack by an epidemic, and his coworker Sophie Richards calls on her fiance, AMS agent Thomas Rogan, and his colleague G for help in putting an end to it and saving all of the staff. New game modes will also be included in the remake.

The Nintendo Switch edition is set to be published online on April 7, with a physical version following on May 26 in Europe and June 14 in North America, according to the publisher. It’s unlikely that the game will be released on the PS4 in April, but we can anticipate it to arrive later in the year at the latest.