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System Shock remaster progress shown in new gameplay video

This new preview shows the final art direction of the game

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Tuesday, January 22, 2019 - 22:04 GMT
System Shock remaster progress shown in new gameplay video
Tuesday, January 22, 2019 - 22:04 GMT

Indie development studio Nightdive Studios has released a new gameplay video of its System Shock remake. The game is scheduled to release in 2020.


System Shock takes place from a first-person perspective. The game is set inside a large, multi-level space station, in which players explore, combat enemies and solve puzzles. Progress is largely non-linear and the game is designed to allow for emergent gameplay.

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In the game players assume the role of a nameless hacker. The player advances the plot by acquiring items such as log discs and e-mails. Throughout the game, an evil artificial intelligence called SHODAN hinders the player's progress with traps and blocked pathways.

Development of the remake was funded via its Kickstarter campaign back in 2016 when the studio collected $1,350,700 US from 21,625 backers.

System Shock is scheduled to release in 2020 for PC.
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