WayForward offered a peek at Jennifer and Mary from the animated introduction of the Clock Tower: Rewind remaster.
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Clock Tower: Rewind Remaster Teaser Shows 2 Characters

Following quite a period of silence since the Clock Tower remaster July 2023 reveal, WayForward shared art of two characters from Clock Tower: Rewind on social media. It also confirmed it is still on track for a 2024 release and confirmed some of its features.

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The two women depicted in the Clock Tower: Rewind animated introduction teaser show new art for Jennifer Simpson and Mary Barrows in the remaster. Jennifer is the game’s heroine, who finds herself attempting to evade Scissorman and survive after being brought to the Barrows “Clock Tower” mansion. Meanwhile, Mary is a teacher at Granite Orphanage who adopted Jennifer and three other girls living there. The announcement noted that the new animated introduction is one of the new features added for the remaster before confirming it will appear in 2024.

Here’s the new peek at the Clock Tower remaster.

There’s still no updated release window for the game, however. When it was first announced at the Limited Run Games 2023 Showcase, the announcement noted it would debut in “early 2024.”

In case you missed it, here is that reveal:

Clock Tower: Rewind will appear worldwide on the Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X in 2024. The original Clock Tower: The First Fear first appeared on the Super Famicom in Japan in 1995, before eventually appearing on other platforms. This will mark its first official localization.

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