PlayStation 2 classic Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner is getting a PS4 re-release, Sony has just announced.
Footage of the new version was shown during PlayStation's Tokyo Games Show 2017 press conference, which Eurogamer attended.
This new version will be title Anubis: Zone of the Enders - Mars, include improved graphics and PlayStation VR support.
Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima has abandoned his Zone of the Enders sequel project and dismantled its entire development team, leaving the future of the series in doubt.
Kojima announced the project's cancellation last night during his radio show (thanks, Siliconera), and explained that he had been left disappointed by the recent Zone of the Enders HD Collection.
The compilation shifted the fast-paced action series from 30 frames per second to 60 and simply wasn't smooth enough, Kojima continued, apologising to fans for the change.
Zone of the Enders creator Hideo Kojima has revealed he will take a supporting role on the recently-teased ZOE sequel, code-named "Enders Project".
Zone of the Enders creator Hideo Kojima has revealed artwork from a proposed sequel to the action series.
Kojima Productions does not currently have enough staff to make Zone of the Enders 3, Hideo Kojima has said.
Renowned video game maker Hideo Kojima has posted pictures that strongly suggest a new Zone of the Enders 3DS game.
Kojima fans with an aversion to boxes are in luck as Konami has confirmed that the HD collections of Metal Gear Solid and Zone of the Enders will also receive a digital release.
Hideo Kojima has just announced Metal Gear Solid HD Collection for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Hideo Kojima has said he's put the brakes on Zone of the Enders 3, despite promising a third instalment just last year.
Metal Gear maestro Hideo Kojima has promised there will be a third Zone of the Enders game on the Kojmia Productions blog.
It is finished! Part five of the PlayStation 2 Cult Classics brings us to the end of our five-part journey [practically five-year -Ed] through one of the most extensive and enjoyable back catalogues in the history of console gaming. If you missed out on the others, check out parts one, two, three and four, and if you can't find something in there worth playing over a dull weekend, you're probably on the wrong website. Breathing the wrong air.