Namco’s 1999 PlayStation title Pac-Man World is making a comeback in a new remake.
According to information spotted on Amazon, the new version will be “packed with smoother intuitive gameplay, updated visuals and a wider view of the action”.
Players will also be able to play through the main adventure in Quest Mode, or take on a collection of 3D mazes in Maze Mode.
By completing Quest Mode, players will unlock the original Pac-Man game.
Pac-Man World was originally released on the PlayStation in 1999.
The game sees Pac-Man trying to rescue his friends, who have been kidnapped by the ghosts and being held in Ghost Island. Pac-Man has to make his way through six worlds to find them.
Whereas the original Pac-Man was a simple maze game, Pac-Man World is more of a 3D platformer in which Pac-Man is able to attack enemies with a butt-bounce move, or roll into a ball to go off ramps.
Pac-Man World isn’t the only vintage PlayStation game being resurrected by Bandai Namco.
Earlier this year the publisher confirmed that it was releasing Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series, which contains new modern remakes of PS1 title Klonoa: Door to Phantomile and its PS2 sequel Klonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil in one package.
According to Bandai Namco, Phantasy Reverie Series will introduce new features to the classic games including optional tutorials, a 2-player support mode, a “challenging” Stopwatch mode and easy, normal and hard difficulty modes.