System Shock Remastered. Rebuilt from the ground up with the Unity Engine!
System Shock is an upcoming remake of the 1994 video game of the same name. The first-person action role-playing game was originally developed by Looking Glass Technologies and the remake is in development with Night Dive Studios. In game, you’re a renowned hacker, the most notorious cyberspace thief in the corporate world. Caught during a risky break-in, you become indentured to a greedy TriOptimum executive. After six months in a healing coma, you awaken to the twisted aftermath of a terrible disaster. Nightdive Studios heroically brought the original versions of System Shock and System Shock 2 back into circulation, now they’re remastering System Shock to bring it up to date, making it dramatically more accessible to modern gamers. If any game deserves a fresh look and remake it is System Shock. To help shape and direct the existing narrative of System Shock, developers enlisted the help of Chris Avellone, who is best known for his work on a number of role-playing games, including; Fallout: New Vegas, Wasteland 2, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II, Planescape: Torment, and Fallout 2.
Relase date: Holiday 2017
Developer: Night Dive Studios
Genre: Action, Shooting
System Shock Pre-Alpha Demo
OS: Win 7 64
OS: Win 8 64
- System Shock is a complete remake of the genre defining classic from 1994, rebuilt from the ground up with the Unity Engine.
- The game is scheduled for release in December 2017 for Microsoft Windows and Xbox One, and in early 2018 for PlayStation 4, as well as for OS X and Linux.
- Developers will keep the new game true to the classic experience, keeping all the things you loved, while updating the user interface and graphics.
- To help shape and direct the existing narrative of System Shock, developers enlisted the help of Chris Avellone, who is best known for his work on a number of role-playing games.
System Shock Trailer
System Shock Reviews
The System Shock Remastered demo takes up less than 500 MB of space and offers about 10 minutes of gameplay that delivers a fair amount of nostalgia. It's weird to see System Shock look this good--it definitely has promise. If any game deserves a fresh look and remake it is System Shock.