Loco Roco 2 PS4 Remaster Announced by Sony with 4K PS4 Pro Screenshots

Loco Roco 2 returns to PlayStation, making the jump from PSP to PS4 with a newly revealed remaster.

on June 13, 2017 1:37 AM

After Sony Interactive Entertainment’s press conference at E3 2017, the house of PlayStation apparently had a few leftover announcements, as the official press portal yielded Loco Roco 2 Remastered.

The game doesn’t have a release date (or many specific info, really), but it comes with PS4 Pro compatibility in 4K resolution, as indicated in the screenshots themselves, which are taken on Sony’s more powerful console.

We also get a virtual pack shot indicating that Loco Roco 2 Remastered will be released digitally on the PlayStation Store.

Loco Roco 2 was originally developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Studio, and released for PlayStation Portable in 2008 (it actually took until 2009 to get to North America). It’s the sequel of the 2006 classic Loco Roco, that already received a remaster, which was released earlier this year. Both games featured very recognizable artwork by Keigo Tsuchiya.

You can check out all the screenshots (and the box art) just below.

 

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