Lollipop Chainsaw RePOP Reveal Trailer, Eyeing A September 2024 Release Date

The world finally gets its first look at the remake of Lollipop Chainsaw RePOP, as well as a projected release date. Originally released in 2012 with production headed by creator Goichi Suda (Suda51) and written by James Gunn (Suicide Squad), Kadokawa Games successor Dragami Games announced a remake in 2022. Gunn and Suda51 were not involved in this project, and Yoshimi Yasuda has lead production on RePOP.

The cheerleader Juliet, born into a family of zombie hunters, uses her trusty chainsaw to rip and tear through the undead! But now that RePOP adds speedier chainsaw action and auto-fire for her chainsaw blaster, the action never slows down till the very end!

Dragami Games has stated that RePOP will be a definitive version of the game, leaving the story unchanged. All of Lollipop Chainsaw's enhancements will be fan demanded quality of life changes (i.e. enhanced visuals and additional gameplay content.

Sources have indicated RePOP will be a slightly less violent and gory version, but will boast brighter colors. An interesting decision, from a stylistic point to tone down one of the more intentionally outlandish aspects of the game, but the original is accessible through Original Mode. 

Additional Content:

  • Unique new chainsaws with distinctly different features have been added.
  • There are 30 costumes, doubling the original game. Combined with the addition of 4 new hair colors and 4 new chainsaws, this adds up to 750 different possible combinations.
  • Juliet’s Room has been expanded with more features.
  • A Time Attack mode with ranking feature has been added.

Lollipop Chainsaw RePOP's digital release date will be September 25th (a physical version will also be available) for the Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, and Windows.

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