Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water is the fifth and latest installment in the Japanese horror franchise. The title has a remastering in development planned for the next October 28. His announcement caught many people by surprise, and taking advantage of the occasion, a user has asked Koei Tecmo about the possibility of working on the return of Project Zero: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse, the fourth chapter in the saga that was released exclusively for Nintendo Wii. And the company’s response has been clear: “it’s a posibility”.
Through the official account of Koei Tecmo América, the company has commented the key factor so that this possibility can arise: “support the launch of Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water to make it a possibility.”
Project Zero: 25 years of ghostly apparitions
The long-lived Koei Tecmo saga quickly reached a good position among survival horror fans, even becoming the third in contention of the genre alongside colossi such as Resident Evil y Silent Hill. The franchise, which offered us a trilogy on PS2 and Xbox, starred in a turning point after the third installment, as it took more than three years of rest and returned exclusively for Nintendo Wii, platform that received the aforementioned Project Zero: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse, a delivery different from the others due to the fact that it is a long title and with several crossed stories.
In 2014 the fifth installment for Wii U debuted; the same that we will enjoy again from October 28. In our analysis, we said that all “those who have been asking for a Survival Horror ‘like the old ones’ for years have one here, with its good and bad things, but Survival in its own right”.
Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water will be available next October 28 en PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One y Nintendo Switch.
Source | Koei Tecmo America in Twitter