System Shock remake gets a new trailer at the PC Gaming Show
Publisher Prime Matter and developer Nightdive Studios have released a new trailer for the upcoming remake of System Shock, set to release for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC (Steam, GOG, Epic).
This remake of the FPS/RPG hybrid classic has been a long time coming, starting life as a Kickstarter campaign in 2016. Last year, Nightdive Studios released a free demo for System Shock, currently available on each PC store page. Prime Matter announced its publishing partnership for the game in December 2021.
While a 2022 release window has been previously confirmed for System Shock, today's announcement gives no mention of release timing.
The new trailer can be seen below.
Today, via PC Gaming Show 2022, Prime Matter and Nightdive Studios revealed a brand new gameplay trailer for System Shock, the remake of the critically acclaimed first-person immersive action-adventure video game from 1994.
The exciting new trailer features the returning voice talents of Terri Brosius as SHODAN (Sentient Hyper-Optimized Data Access Network), a malevolent AI hellbent on humanity’s destruction. A wealth of new gameplay scenes are on display in the trailer, as well as a first look at iconic areas fully-reconstructed by the talented team at Nightdive Studios.
The new System Shock is a fully-fledged remake of the groundbreaking original, pairing its beloved core gameplay with all-new HD visuals, updated controls, an overhauled interface, and remastered sounds and music.
System Shock is available to pre-order for PC and Linux via Steam, GOG, and the Epic Game Store for $44.99. A playable demo can be found on the respective storefronts. System Shock 2: Enhanced Edition will be free for all early buyers. System Shock will also release on PlayStation 4|5 and Xbox One and Series S|X.