Help remake System Shock on Kickstarter
Published 16/03/2016 | 07:01
First person classic System Shock is getting a whole new look for its remastered edition and you'll be able to help get it made
System Shock is back... again!
The classic game which originally released in 1994 and scared the crap out of us because if showed a glimpse of what the AI future was going to be like pretty much disappeared from the world for a number of years before getting an enhanced edition in late 2015, adding higher resolution options, improved graphics and controls which were slightly less frustrating. That was a great update for fans, and now there's even more on the way with a fully remastered version.
System Shock Remastered is an entirely remade version of the game with a whole new game engine powered by Unity and new gameplay and graphical elements. It's intended to be a better version of the original title, making the most of modern technology and you can help it get made. The project will be going out to Kickstarter in the not so distant future, according to info from the official site:
"After two decades, we are remastering and re-imagining the original System Shock. We will keep the new game true to the classic experience, keeping all the things you loved, while updating the user interface and graphics to use a modern day engine (Unity). With the help of the original concept artist, the original vision of the Citadel Station and its inhabitants will finally come back to life."
There's no word on when this project is starting but we can't wait to be a part of it.