Prime Matter and Nightdive Studios have announced that System Shock Remake has been pushed back from its original March 2023 release window to May 30 for PC. The game will be sold on Steam, GOG and the Epic Games Store. System Shock will be released later for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
“We were hoping to release the game by the end of March, but that was out of our reach,” Nightdive Studios said in a press release. “At the end of the day, we are just human (unlike Shodan!). »
The full statement from Prime Matter and Nightdive Studios can be read below:
System shock Delayed repeat
The wait is coming to an end. The PC version of System Crash, a full-fledged remake of the groundbreaking 1994 original, will go on sale on Tuesday, May 30 this year.
We had hoped to release the game by the end of March, but that was out of our reach; we’re just people (unlike Shodan!)
The System Clash Remake combines the iconic gameplay of the iconic original game with brand new HD visuals, updated controls, an updated interface, and brand new sounds and music. The System Clash remake invites new and old players to Citadel Station and embrace the delightfully villainous SHODAN.
Players use a combination of stealth, stealth, and futuristic weapons to fight their way through brand new areas of Citadel Station; players will face traps, puzzles and secrets in their quest to save the Earth from destruction.
The PC version of System Shock is available for pre-order through Steam, GOG and the Epic Games Store and includes a free copy of the upcoming System Shock 2: Enhanced Edition for all first-time customers. The recently released Steam Next Fest playable demo can be found in the respective storefronts.
Console versions of System Shock will be released for PlayStation 4|5 and Xbox One and Series X|S in due course; more details on this when we have them.