Capcom’s Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective is coming to Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch on June 30th. Based on the 2010 mystery adventure title from Shu Takumi of Ace Attorney fame, it features high-resolution visuals and several other new features.
Along with a higher resolution and frame rates, the user interface is consolidated into one screen. All 37 BGM tracks have been rearranged by The Great Ace Attorney composer Yasumasa Kitagawa, though fans can still switch to the original versions. The game’s original composer Masakazu Sugimori has also composed a brand-new track for the title.
A new Collection feature is also available, allowing players to view any artwork or music encountered in the game (along with some “never-before-seen” concept art). All the puzzles from the smartphone version are included, and new Challenges are met through “special conditions.”
Those who pre-order will receive four game screen backgrounds and two BGM tracks, Missile and Brave Little Creature -Chicken Paradise. Stay tuned for more details en route to the remaster’s release.