The Panzer Dragoon Zwei Remake should be on the horizon, according to the game’s developer.
After months of silence regarding the project, Panzer Dragoon Zwei Remake developer Forever Entertainment confirmed the studio’s plans to release the game later this year. The news, which was confirmed via reply company’s official Panzer Dragoon Remake Twitter account, should come as welcome news to fans who’ve been left wondering about the status of the game, which has gone largely under the radar in recent months.
We’re planning to release Panzer Dragoon II Zwei: Remake this year. 😎
— Panzer Dragoon: Remake (@PanzerDragoonRE) February 26, 2021
Panzer Dragoon Remake released on the Switch in 2019 and was later ported to PC, PlayStation 4, and Google Stadia. The game featured overhauled visuals and controls to help bring Team Andromeda’s classic rail shooter to the modern era. Panzer Dragoon Zwei was first released on the Sega Saturn in 1996 and is remembered as one of the most iconic games for the 32-bit console. It adds new features, such as an evolving dragon and alternate paths, which greatly increase the game’s replay value.
The Panzer Dragoon series isn’t the only Sega franchise Forever Entertainment aims to resurrect. In October of 2019, the company announced plans to bring The House of the Dead 1 & 2 to the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, at the time of this writing, a release window has yet to be confirmed by the developer.
Hungry for more details? Well, so are we! But don’t you worry, dear reader. We’ll be sure to share more news on Panzer Dragoon Zwei Remake as additional information becomes available.
Are you looking forward to experiencing this reborn classic when the game launches this year? If you happened to play the Panzer Dragoon Remake, what did you think of the game? We love to hear what you think. Sound off in the comments, and let us know.