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Lollipop Chainsaw Remake Will Have No Changes

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Lollipop Chainsaw producers have announced that no story or design changes will be made to the upcoming remake.

Lollipop Chainsaw is a hack-and-slash cult classic, originally released in 2012 by Grasshoper Manufacture. Last month, publisher Dragami Games announced that the game would be receiving a full remake to be released in 2023. The game's original producer Yoshimi Yasuda will be joining the team to develop the updated game. He recently announced in a post on his official Twitter account that the remake will feature no visual or plot changes from the original.

Lollipop Chainsaw Remake Will Have No Changes

In Yasuda's announcement, he revealed that the primary goal of the remake is for those who want to play Lollipop Chainsaw to have an easier and more accessible time playing the game. The Tweet stated that while the game would receive a visual upgrade, changes would not be made to the design of Juliet, and the story would also remain the same.

The announcement also acknowledged fan concerns regarding censorship of the game. Yasudo stated that these negotiations would be between them and the future platform holders, so details surrounding it haven't yet been confirmed. However, he also stated his intention to try and preserve the contents of the original game as much as possible.