Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective Releasing for PS4, Switch, Xbox One & PC June 2023; All 37 Tracks Rearranged, Pre-Orders Available + Bonuses

During today’s Capcom Spotlight stream, the company shared a new trailer for their upcoming resurged mystery adventure Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective. The game also received a June 30, 2023, release date for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. All 37 tracks have been rearranged, too, with the option to switch to the original songs.

If you missed it, check out our announcement coverage.

Additionally, pre-orders for the game are now available via PSN, the eShop, Steam, and the Microsoft store. All purchases made by July 31, 2023, will grant the following screen backgrounds:

  • Missile
  • Kamila and Missile
  • Sissel and Lynne
  • Ray and the Black Cat

Further, the following two music tracks are also early purchase bonuses that will be listenable in the game’s main menu:

  • Missile, Brave Little Creature
  • Chicken Paradise

You can view new screenshots via our gallery below:

If you didn’t know, Ghost Trick was an adventure game released on the Nintendo DS, in which players control Sissel, a young man who, after awakening as a spirit, realizes he has no recollection of who he is or why he died. “Who am I?”, “Who killed me?” and “Why was I killed?” The gameplay had you swap at will between the Land of the Living and the Ghost World and set off on a journey to find the truth to those questions.

Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective will feature high-quality gameplay updates, including enhanced graphics and framerates at 1080p 60fps. Further, compatible platforms will take advantage of touch controls. In the Extras menu, players can now access a collection of newly recorded and arranged music tracks alongside unique illustrations.

You can view the pre-order trailer for Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective below:

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