Phantom Dust Remaster Gets First Screenshot

A post on Twitter from the Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, shows off first screenshot of the Phantom Dust remaster, which is currently in development for both PC and Xbox One.

Fans haven't seen much of the Phantom Dust remaster since the game was first revealed at E3 2016. However, Head of Xbox Phil Spencer finally broke the radio silence yesterday with a tweet on the game showing the first in-game screenshot of Phantom Dust running on Xbox One. The screenshot shared by Phil Spencer reveals a couple of key details about the Phantom Dust remaster. First of all, it seems as though the game's graphics have been improved more than some may have expected. Although it still looks somewhat like an original Xbox game, the Phantom Dust remaster has a cleaner look to it that's easy on the eyes.

Also revealed from the screenshot is that the Phantom Dust remaster will run at 30 frames per second, or at least, the version Spencer was playing does. It could be that Code Mystics, the team that takes care of the remaster for Microsoft, will increase the game's frame rate before it launches. After all, Phantom Dust is still in development, and although Microsoft thinks the remaster could release before E3 2017, it's difficult to say just how far it's in the development process at this point in time.

It's strange that Microsoft has shared so little about the Phantom Dust remaster, especially if the game is supposedly going to release in the next couple of months as the company has reported in the past. Microsoft has insisted that the game's development is on schedule, but if that's the case, one would imagine that there would be more screenshots and trailers available to satisfy fans.

Phantom Dust is currently being developed for PC and Xbox One.

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