Those who pre-order the game on PC via GOG, Epic Games Store and Steam will get the upcoming System Shock 2: Enhanced Edition for free.
Looking Glass Studios' legendary title is getting a remake for contemporary consoles and PC. Here's what you need to know.
The long-awaited remake isn't far from release, with developer Nightdive Studios confirming a March release for PC and consoles.
Originally planned to release in 2022, the remake could be delayed. It's coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and PC.
Nightdive Studios' CEO Stephen Kick says Tencent owns the rights to the third System Shock game, and is in charge of whether or not it gets made.
The remake is in development for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC, and is due out sometime later this year.
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Nightdive Studios' horror shooter remake System Shock is due out later this year for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC as a cross-gen title.
Nightdive Studios is currently working on a remake of System Shock, along with remasters of SiN and Blade Runner.
Nightdive's director of business development Larry Kuperman says the game's PC version is close to completion, while work on console versions is still underway.
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Greg Russo, who wrote the 2021 Mortal Kombat movie and is also penning a Saints Row adaptation, will write and direct the live-action System Shock series.
Koch Media's latest publishing label Prime Matter has partnered with developer Nightdive Studios as a publishing partner for the upcoming remake.
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Nightdive Studios have released a lengthy new gameplay trailer for the upcoming remake, showing hacking, combat, exploration, and more.
Console versions will come later in the year.