Mad Father remake launches November 5

Playism outlines additions and updates.

Mad Father

The remake of survival horror RPG Mad Father will launch for Switch via the Nintendo eShop and PC via Steam on November 5 for $9.99 / 980 yen, publisher Playism and developer Sen announced. Users who already own the original Mad Father on Steam will receive the remake as a free update. It will support English, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese language options.

These are the key changes introduced in the remake:

Newly Added Elements

  • Updated graphics (characters, maps, some skills, etc.)
  • Widened game screen
  • New events
  • Newly added / revamped systems
  • Newly added second playthrough “Blood Mode” (greatly changes the main scenario)
  • New maps
  • Gamepad compatibility
  • Noise filter feature (can be turned off in Settings)
  • “Doll Maker” added to Museum
  • New menu screens (Missions, Help, Options)
  • Newly added controller button allocation feature
  • Newly added voices (new variations incl. father’s laugh, etc.)

Newly Added Episodes

  • Memories of the origins of the relationship between the Blonde-Haired Youth & the Drevis family.
  • In Blood Mode: Revelations of Aya’s mother and Drevis family secrets.
  • In Blood Mode: Play as a new main character and trace the history of the cursed Drevis clan.

If you missed it, watch the trailer from September below.

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