House of the Dead: Remake Update Adds PlayStation Move Support

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House of the Dead: Remake might feel more like a light gun game, as the PS4 update now adds PlayStation Move support. If someone owns the game and controllers, they now work together for a new control scheme.

Here’s the announcement confirming

Follow-up comments offered additional details about what to expect from the update. Both the PlayStation Move and PSVR Aim Controller are compatible with the remake. Only the PS4 camera is compatible with the title. If someone has another one, say the PS5 version, it won’t work with it.

As a reminder, this is only one of two games in the works. There will also be a remake of the sequel. There’s no exact release date for it yet.

House of the Dead: Remake is available for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia, and the PlayStation Move update is out now.

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