Phantom Dust Releasing for Xbox One and Windows 10 Tomorrow, and it’ll Be Free

Microsoft pulls a free Phantom Dust for Xbox One and Windows 10 out of its magic hat.

on May 15, 2017 6:11 PM

If you were among those wondering when Microsoft would release the port of Yukio Futatsugi’s Phantom Dust for Xbox One and Windows 10, the answer is tomorrow, as shared today by Xbox marketing guru Aaron Greenberg on Twitter.

And if you’ve been asking yourself how much it’ll cost, the answer is equally pleasing, as the game will be free.

Greenberg also clarified that the game is an Xbox Play Anywhere title, so it comes with all the related feature, including cross-platform play.

Phantom Dust was originally released for Xbox in 2004, while an Xbox One remake was announced at E3 2014. The project was then put on ice with the closure of developer Darkside Games, and replaced by this port.

If you want to see what it looks like, you can check out some gameplay here, and the first screenshot shared by Phil Spencer himself here.

At the moment there are no further information on the release, and we’ll keep you updated if anything else is shared.

 /  Executive News Editor
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