The Wonderful 101: Remastered Releases in May

The Wonderful 101: Remastered Releases in May

May 19 in the US, and May 22 in Europe.

The Wonderful 101: Remastered has a concrete release date. After a successful crowdfunding campaign to bring the remaster to current platforms, PlatinumGames' action remaster will release in May.

Specifically, that's March 19 in the US, and May 22 in Europe. The Wonderful 101: Remastered releases on PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch, but it won't actually launch until June 11 in Japan.

The crowdfunding campaign for The Wonderful 101: Remastered kicked off earlier this year in January. As of early February, it had raised over $1.3 million in crowdfunding money, bringing the remaster to PS4 and Nintendo Switch. People are really psyched for the remaster (especially SisQo).

But it's not the only project on the horizon from PlatinumGames. Platinum figurehead Hideki Kamiya recently teased a game called "Project GG" in Famitsu Weekly, and the mysterious project now has a teaser trailer that you can see below. It'll be coming to all current platforms, according to Kamiya.

As things stand right now, PlatinumGames still has two more projects to reveal. The mysterious '4' was used to announce four new projects from the developer earlier this year, and with The Wonderful 101: Remastered and Project GG having now been revealed, there's two more projects left unknown.

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