System Shock Remake coming out later this month

System Shock is coming to shock you!

Do you like horror, sci-fi, and action games? Do you feel like reliving one of the most influential and acclaimed adventures in the history of video games? If the answer is yes, you are in luck, because the System Shock remake is already finished and will arrive on May 30 for PC.

System Shock is the remake of the original 1994 game, developed by Looking Glass Studios, which laid the foundations for the immersive simulator genre. In this game, we play a hacker who must infiltrate the Citadel space station and confront the plans of an evil artificial intelligence called SHODAN.

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A well done remake

The remake is from Nightdive Studios. It’s a team composed of veterans of games like Fallout: New Vegas, Mass Effect, and BioShock. They have wanted to respect the essence of the original game to the maximum, even with the collaboration of some of its developers.

System Shock Remake

The result after the great work of Nightdive Studios is a faithful but updated experience with high-definition graphics, improved controls, renewed interface, and new sound and music, including the original voice of SHODAN, one of the most iconic villains of video games.

System Shock Remake offers us a first-person action-adventure and exploration, in which we will have to use our skills and resources to survive the horrors of the space station. We will be able to improve our abilities, hack the system to open new paths, discover a non-linear story that develops at our pace, and face varied and challenging enemies.

The game will be available for Windows, Linux, and Mac, and will be available for purchase on Steam and the Epic Games Store. In addition, if you pre-order it, you will receive System Shock 2: Enhanced Edition for free when it is released. If you don’t play on PC but on consoles, don’t worry. It has also been announced that the game will be coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S at a later date.

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