In case it totally slipped your mind, a remake of the 2012 Xbox 360 title Lollipop Chainsaw was officially announced last year, and it's definitely still on the way - but it's now been given a "Summer 2024" release window.
The delay from a 2023 launch was announced on Twitter earlier today, alongside the official name (and logo) for the game - "Lollipop Chainsaw RePOP". Here's a look at the confirmation on Twitter:
Little is known about Lollipop Chainsaw RePOP right now, but Dragami Games is the developer on the title - which is led by Lollipop Chainsaw's former producer, Yoshimi Yasuda. In a statement last year, Yasuda explained that the studuo "did not want to leave [the IP] in limbo", and therefore purchased it with a view to creating this remake.
While it seems that quite a few of the original development team behind the 2012 original are working on this remake, creative director Suda 91 and co-writer James Gunn have already confirmed they're not involved with the project.