While the launch of “System Shock” is apparently not too long in coming, a gameplay video shows how the game world works in the remake.
A new video has been released for the remake of “System Shock” which offers about 20 minutes of gameplay footage. It comes from a beta demo made as part of the “Steam Next Fest” was made available.
System Shock Remake is set on an abandoned space station where players must fight SHODAN, an artificial intelligence. Because it aims to destroy humanity.
New traps, puzzles and secrets
While the remake stays largely true to the original, Nightdive Studios has overhauled the System Shock experience with new high-definition graphics, improved controls, a renewed user interface, and remastered sound effects.
To ensure that the game remains largely faithful to the original 1994 release, several System Shock team members were assembled to help expand the game’s Citadel station with new areas, traps, puzzles, and secrets.
The 1994 remake of the underlying game has been on a multi-year journey. Those responsible were able to collect 1.3 million dollars via a Kickstarter campaign to give the game a new style and raise it to a modern level.
In System Shock, the player’s task is to collect various in-game items and use more than two dozen weapons while SHODAN tries to prevent progress. To do this, she uses dangerous creatures such as robots, mutants and other enemies.
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The remake of “System Shock” will expected in March 2023 launched for PS4, PS5, PC, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One. Below is a gameplay preview:
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