For fans of the movie series, Ghostbusters: The Video Game released nearly a decade ago and many even including actors from the films such as Bill Murray can identify the 2009 title as the third in the trilogy that never made it to the big screen. Surprisingly with no sollow-up or sequel, many have assumed that the title was a one-and-done deal, but that might not be the case now according to a recent leak.
On ResetEra, user NanoGuidingStar have discovered on a Taiwanese Ratings Board a listing for a remastered version of the action-adventure title originally developed by Terminal Reality. The most interesting part of the listing is that the alleged remaster is currently listed for Xbox One, which is odd as Sony Interactive Entertainment did have their hands in the project with the game’s publishing.
Regardless of the current listing for the game, it’s probable that the title will also receive a version for PC as well as PlayStation 4. Even seeing that the title is already available on Nintendo DS and PlayStation Portable, the Nintendo Switch is on the table for a potential port as well.
Looking at the release date of the nearly ten year-old title, there is the possibility of the game aligning with E3 next month as the game’s birthday does land on June 16th. Though there is no tangible evidence to support this, it would be a very convenient coincidence for at least an announcement next month.
Ghostbusters: The Video Game is currently available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii, and PC.