It seems that everything is fine.
The IGN journalists managed to get access to the demo version of the System Shock remake and then record extensive material describing personal experiences and impressions. The game was touched and studied by columnist Cameron Hawkins, we publish his main arguments below.
So, Hawkins was going through a little bit of System Shock that started in the medical bay of Citadel Station, where the main action takes place. The journalist considered it necessary to note that the remake of System Shock in its device is most reminiscent of Resident Evil. Here, too, you need to spend a lot of time in inventory.
Hawkins did not like that in the System Shock remake, a large number of unnecessary items are scattered around the levels that can be picked up, but it will be possible to find out their purpose only after adding them to the inventory.
The System Shock remake, according to an IGN reviewer, is adapted to interact with a mouse and keyboard, so using a gamepad with this game may not be too appropriate.
The journalist also liked the dark locations, instilling an indefatigable sense of claustrophobia, as well as a well-designed lighting system. The combat system Cameron Hawkins was also able to try out – he managed to fight robots controlled by artificial intelligence SHODAN and mutated people. The gameplay of the System Shock remake combines wandering through levels, solving simple puzzles and engaging in tight combat skirmishes.
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The System Shock remake is due out in March 2023, with an exact release date to be announced later.