The remaster for Patapon 2 was revealed about three years ago for PS4. However, the developers have been on radio silence ever since, without any scraps of information released to the crowd. Because of that, many fans have been wondering if the game was already canceled. However, a recent leak has just debunked that theory. Two thumbnails for Patapon 2 was leaked, pointing to a possible release or at least an update for the remastered version of the game.

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The two leaked thumbnails

Based on the leaks, there would be two different versions of the game, one for Japan and one for North America (which would be ROW). The version would have slightly different artwork, mainly on details related to the logo.

The source of this leak is the same guy who previously leaked the Resident Evil 3 logos, which prompt Sony to announce the game during last month’s State of Play event. From the same batch, there is also the Final Fantasy VII Remake’s Demo thumbnail. While the existence of FF7 remake is known for quite a while, this is the first time anyone has heard about Patapon 2 Remastered’s release.

Direct your servants when fighting Giant bosses.

Patapon 2 was a cult classic, originally available on the PSP back in 2008, followed by a sequel, Patapon 3 three years later. They are both expansions to the original Patapon, released on the PSP in 2007. The first game got the remaster treatment back in 2017 for the PS4 and it has received plenty of favorable reviews.

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There are a lot of different enemies, each requires a different counter

Patapon is a rhythm game with various arcade elements sprinkled in. The name was based on Japanese, as “pata” means “marching” and “pon” means “drumming”. In this game, you would play as a god, whose job is to command the tiny creatures to play drums. Only by striking the drums correctly could you direct your tribe to victory and prosper. Interested in more of our articles related to video games? Please check out this post for the best games made by Bethesda.