New screenshots released for System Shock Remake, source code of the original available for download

Nightdive Studios has released some new screenshots for the upcoming remake of System Shock. After a small hiatus, the team resumed development and claimed that this remake will be a high quality game that adheres closely to the vision of the original System Shock rather than the reinterpretation that it was previously working toward.

The team now consists of the original developers who worked on the Unity demo; a demo that pleased a lot of PC gamers when it was released back in 2016. Instead of using the Unity Engine though, System Shock will be powered by Unreal Engine 4.

Nightdive Studios also released the source code for the original System Shock game. The team has been hard at work updating this code and plan to release a new version of System Shock: Enhanced Edition as well as the code in the near future.

Those interested can download the original System Shock source code from here.

Last but not least, the team stated that the game could slip past 2019, so we might be looking at a 2020 release.


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