S.W.I.N.E. HD Remaster is coming to the PC in Q2 2019, first details and screenshots

Assemble Entertainment has announced that they are teaming up with Kite Games and taking over the publishing rights for S.W.I.N.E. HD Remaster; a brand-new, highly polished version of the classic real-time strategy game S.W.I.N.E. Developer Kite Games, the team behind Sudden Strike 4, have worked with fans to extensively modernize the game to bring big, beautiful bunny-blasting, pig-punching battles to PC.

In S.W.I.N.E. HD Remaster, players may either lead the brutally bloodthirsty pigs to barbaric victory or carefully guide the peaceful rabbits to glorious triumph! Re-experience the truly unique strategy game that defined the childhood of many players in the golden age of gaming.

Here are the game’s key features:

  • Remastered graphics: S.W.I.N.E HD Remaster boasts a redesigned interface adjusted to 16:9 aspect ratio, along with detailed unit texture. Extended graphics settings are available: anti-aliasing, v-sync, screen selection, and full-screen mode.
  • Improved game experience: Tons of bug fixes, extended zoom, improved unit ordering, and plenty of other updates bring the game into the modern age.
  • Multiplayer is back: Travel back to the good old days with your friends and play this unique landmark of a game either online or on LAN.

Slated for a Q2 2019 release, S.W.I.N.E. HD Remaster will be available on Steam, as well as other unannounced digital storefronts.

Enjoy!

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