Nightdive Studios’ System Shock Remake Will Be Released Next Year

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Nightdive Studios’ remake of Looking Glass’ cyberpunk action-adventure classic, System Shock, still doesn’t have a definitive release date, but it should be out sometime next year.

That’s according to a new press release shared by Koch Media, which can confirm that Prime Matter will be publishing the game for PC and consoles in 2022. Prime Matter is a brand-new publishing division that Koch Media opened up in June 2021.

System Shock has been a true labour of love and our goal has always been to deliver a game that is as close to perfect as we can make it,” said Stephen Kick, Founder and CEO of Nightdive Studios.

“We’re excited to partner with Prime Matter to achieve that goal and see this as an important step in the growth of Nightdive Studios.”

“It will allow us to offer System Shock to fans all over the world, both in digital and physical goods formats, as well as fully honour our commitments to our fans and, in particular, to our thousands of supporters on Kickstarter, without whom this game would have never been possible.”

System Shock is already available for pre-order for PC and Linux on Steam, GOG, and the Epic Game Store. Described as a “fully fledged remake,” Nightdive Studios’ modern attempt will try to best the original with new HD visuals, updated controls, remastered music, and more.

Source: Koch Media

Tsing Mui
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