First images of System Shock 3D Remake
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First images of System Shock 3D Remake
26 November, 2015

All Games Beta has recently published some amazing images of the hypothetical System Shock remake. And we’re not talking about System Shock 2, but the first title in this beloved series. Night Dive Studios is actually working on this project, but so far it’s a bit too far to talk about the possible release.

Night Dive is developing a full remake of the original System Shock, going well beyond the basic rerelease that launched a couple months ago. Night Dive has acquired the full rights to the franchise, and Kick (Stephen Kick, CEO of Night Dive) says he’s been working with Robert Waters, the game’s original concept artist, to reimagine his designs from the early 1990s.

A quote from Fast Company article about Night Dive.


System Shock Remake © Night Dive Studios, 2016



System Shock Remake © Night Dive Studios, 2016



System Shock Remake © Night Dive Studios, 2016



System Shock Remake © Night Dive Studios, 2016



System Shock Remake © Night Dive Studios, 2016


Right now we can actually see the images of that remake. It looks very simple, but you can see some well-known places remained with modern technology. We actually have no idea what kind of engine do they use. The final project may be released both on PC and consoles.





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