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System Shock Remake Gets Pushed Back to May Launch

System Shock Remake Gets Pushed Back to May Launch

Nightdive Studios and Prime Matter have announced that the fully-fledged remake of the 1994 fan-favourite sci-fi survival horror game System Shock is set to release its PC edition on the 30th of May 2023, a two-month delay from its original goal to launch in March. It’s just a little longer until you can face off against SHODAN once again.

It’s been a long journey to this System Shock remake (originally announced as System Shock Remastered) that started with a 2016 Kickstarter campaign. Now it’s finally time to experience System Shock’s revamped experience, which the developers guarantee die-hard fans of the original and newcomers to the franchise will enjoy. The development team has implemented a majority of the classic gameplay while making some quality-of-life tweaks such as an improved hacking system, new combat options, updated controls, and brand-new enemies to fight. Visually, System Shock has been upgraded to modern specs with HD graphics and an overhauled user interface. As players explore the treacherous depths and new areas of the Citadel Station, they’ll also hear brand-new sounds and music along the way.

You can pre-order the PC edition of System Shock on Steam, the Epic Games Store, and GOG today — and you can play the demo on those respective storefronts. Console editions of System Shock will be coming to the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One, with an official release date still to be announced.

Alyssa Rochelle Payne

Alyssa Rochelle Payne

Staff Writer

Alyssa is great at saving NPCs from dragons. Then she writes about it.

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