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Koei Tecmo surprised us all when he did confirmed a PC port for Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water at E3 2021. This will be the first Fatal Frame game to hit PC, but it’s not exactly the most beloved game in the series. In addition, it was a Wii U exclusive with a strong reliance on the second screen of this console.
But here it comes, and now we have a release date: October 28th. In addition to PC, it will also come to Switch, as well as PlayStation and Xbox consoles. The new trailer above offers a generous overview of what to expect. The highlight is that the graphics are much sharper than in 2014.
According to the theme of the series, Maiden of Black Water makes you handle a Dark Camera, basically a camera that can see ghosts and other scary things. This is useful, but it’s even more practical for the camera to be your weapon, because breaking spectral villains incapacitates them, much better to get closer and explore their memories.
In addition to divorcing the Dark Camera on the second screen of the Wii U, the new version of Maiden of Black Water also adds a shooting mode that allows you to model any ghost you've already found in the main game, applying backgrounds and filters and other items. There will also be new costumes and accessories to model in this mode of photography, including Yuri’s “Cutesy Goth Ensemble” and Miu’s “Miku Hinasaki Outfit (The Turmented)”. Funny things. The fingers that crossed the port are correct when it arrives on Steam in October.