Nightdive Studios’ long-awaited System Shock remake finally has a release date, at least for PC. The newly interpreted classic will be released on May 30th.
For those earning points, this announcement also represents another delay as System Shock was scheduled to release this month. The game will be available first on Steam, The Epic Store and GOG for $39.99, while the PlayStation and Xbox versions will be released at an unspecified later date.
System Shock has been in the works in some form since at least 2016 and began life as a crowdfunded passion project aiming to revive the 1994 classic. The remake overhauls the adventure with modernized graphics and controls, a redesigned UI, and more, but the villainous AI SHODAN is still voiced by its original cast member.
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