Fatal Frame: Lunar Eclipse Mask launched on Switch, and Koei Tecmo is celebrating with a launch trailer. This should be the last official video for the survival horror game remaster.

Learn more about the game with the following preview:

Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse was released in Japan in 2008 as the fourth game in the Fatal Frame series. Following the remastering of Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse, the series masterpiece is brought back to life with improved graphics.

A group of children have mysteriously disappeared during a festival on Rogetsu Island. Although they were found, they had lost their memory. Now they have returned to the island as teenagers. The girls rely on the Camera Obscura, a camera with the power to capture and seal away unthinkable horrors, and the faint beam of its flashlight as they explore various locations and fend off the ghosts that attack them while trying to discover the truth about their disturbance. pass.

main characteristics

– Improved graphics: Movies and character models in the game have been improved to make the story and characters more appealing. In addition, the graphics for each platform have been improved. Shadow rendering and flashlight beam have been refined to allow players to experience more realistic terror.
– New Snap Mode: Freely pose characters and ghosts to create haunting memories in the new Snap Mode. You might even be able to take some unexpected shots of spirits by accident…
– New costumes: The original costume range has been slightly modified and new costumes have been added. Change the costumes of the characters to experience the investigation in different ways.

Check out the Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse launch trailer below.


Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse is now available on Switch.

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