Bit-Tech first lined the complete remake of System Shock again in November 2015. The recreation now seems to be set to launch “late summer” (nonetheless a little bit woolly) however it now has a pre-order web page setup, a downloadable playable demo (1.4GB on GOG), and an official teaser trailer to maintain you till launch.
The CEO of Nightdive Studios, Stephen Kick, stated the demo is a “feature-complete version of the game”. Such a demo permits gamers to “understand exactly what they’ll be getting if they pre-order,” reasoned the studio boss.
Specific highlights of the totally trendy remake, as relayed to PC Gamer, embody;
- A dismemberment system, so you can blow aside the mutants and cyborgs
- Lighting is now totally real-time, so you can destroy the lights for instance
- Meet enemies in our on-line world, battle them to achieve entry to doorways within the recreation’s actual world
- Rebalancing of weapons/techniques to encourage participant play types variation
Despite the above modifications, the thrust of the remake’s improvement remains to be to create a trustworthy remake – the staff are simply attempting to make it extra replayable, in addition to upgrading the graphics, mechanics, and enemy AI.
As talked about within the intro, this recreation is up for pre-order now. You can select between the Steam Store, Epic Games Store and GOG. To pre-purchase the remake it prices US$45 / GB£36. Pre-order prospects will get System Shock 2: Enhanced Edition totally free when it’s launched.