The House of the Dead Remake, which launches on 7 April for Nintendo Switch, might be headed to PS4. At the moment, developer Megapixel Studios has yet to announce another platform for the arcade shooter but the PSN database has let the cat out of the bag. Users spotted the game’s entry on the PlayStation Network and it currently has a CUSA title ID too.
Usually, games only receive an official CUSA title ID once the game has been confirmed for the platform. This ID is Sony’s way of identifying the database to which the game gets uploaded or shipped with.
Considering The House of The Dead Remake is releasing tomorrow on Switch, we might see the arcade port release on PS4 in the next few weeks too. While players are hoping it would shadow drop alongside the Switch version tomorrow, that most likely won’t be the case.
We also don’t know whether or not Nintendo has an exclusive agreement in place for the game. At the moment, it has only been announced for Nintendo Switch and all marketing has been pushing this console launch.
The House of The Dead Remake is a direct remake of the classic 1997 arcade game.
The House of The Dead Remake is a remade version of the game introduced in 1997 in arcade platform. A classic arcade rail-shooter receives a whole new entourage and gameplay changes to suit modern gaming standards.
- Hordes of the undead monstrosities in a fast-paced rail-shooter.
- True to the original gameplay.
- Well know arcade classic with modern graphics and controls.
- Multiple endings.