Nightdive Studios, developers of the System Shock remake, announced today that a demo of the game is available on Steam and GOG. This demo is still an alpha build, so some performance issues may be encountered.
System Shock is a 1994 first-person adventure developed by Looking Glass Technologies and Origin Systems. The game is set aboard a space station in a cyberpunk version of 2072. Players assume the role of a nameless hacker who attempts.
Recently, after raising over $1.3 million on Kickstarter from over 20,000 backers, the developer behind the long-awaited System Shock remake announced that the project was put on hiatus. However, it looks like it's back on track, for now.
After raising over $1.3 million on Kickstarter from over 20,000 backers a few years ago, the developer behind the long-awaited System Shock remake announced that the project is now on hiatus. This will be a cause for concern to many.
As promised, Nightdive Studios has started its Kickstarter campaign to raise money for making a reboot of the System Shock franchise. The developer has launched a Windows demo of that upcoming reboot, which will be released in 2017 for the PC and Xbox One.
The long-awaited Kickstarter fundraising campaign for the upcoming reboot of System Shock will begin on Tuesday, June 28. Night Dive Studios wants to raise $900,000 to release the graphically revamped version of the sci-fi RPG for the PC and Xbox One.
Night Dive Studios has released the first gameplay trailer for System Shock Remastered, a graphical revamp of the classic sci-fi first person role-playing game. It will be released for the PC and Xbox One sometime in 2017.