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.
OtherSide Entertainment hasn't worked on System Shock 3 since 2019, and Tencent seems to be in full control of the IP. as per Spector.
It's based on a "completely new intellectual property" and currently in "early development." More information will be coming "soon."
"But we can’t speak on it much further than that at this point in time," says the developer.
"Our new concept is coming along nicely and we are really excited about it," says the developer.
Key members of System Shock 3's development team are reportedly no longer at OtherSide Entertainment.
"There are expectations with the scope of the game and the legacy of the original games," says Spector.
The upcoming shooter sim will not have traditional classes.
A pre-alpha look at some of the gameplay.
SHODAN returns and looks as intimidating as ever.
Starbreeze will be reimbursed for any development costs it financed.
Another hotfix is coming next week, while a larger update will address movement, the save system, and more.
OtherSide's Warren Spector thinks that "people will be surprised".
The spiritual successor to Ultima Underworld arrives for Xbox One, PS4 and Switch in 2019.
Cleverness, environmental manipulation and other tactics will help to survive the Abyss.
Different playstyles clash with a unique dungeon in the Ultima Underworld successor.
"Other platforms" not specified thus far.
Nightdive's Stephen Kick talks about remaking the classic.
OtherSide Entertainment reveals its all-star dev team.
Today's games are "finely tuned, prettier versions" of past titles.