Phantom Dust remaster released for free on PC and Xbox One

Posted May 17, 2017

It's also a part of the Xbox Play Anywhere program, which means that your Xbox One progress will carry over to the PC version and vice versa.

Xbox One owners are going to have the time of their life as the re-release Phantom Dust game can be downloaded for free tomorrow!

Responsible for sharing this news was Aaron Greenberg, chief marketing officer of Xbox, who announced it on Twitter account.

Naturally, this will be a free game that will be made available exclusively via the Windows Store.

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Last month, Xbox boss Phil Spencer even shared a screenshot of the remaster showing the game to be running at a locked 30 frames per second on Xbox One. The game combined elements of both third person shooter and card-based gameplay, allowing players to enter the arena via story mode or against three friends in multiplayer action.

Microsoft first announced a sequel to Phantom Dust was in development at E3 2014 alongside this re-release.

Phantom Dust is a Microsoft-developed game, directed by Panzer Dragoon's Yukio Futatsugi. According to Polygon, the re-release of Phantom Dust has been updated to add a 16:9 aspect ratio.

Windows Central states that Phantom Dust's ability system revolves around deck building mechanics.