The wait is over. The full-fledged remake of the groundbreaking System Shock from 1994 is now available for PC from Steam, Epic Game Store, and GOG.
Developer Nightdive Studios’ stunningly-faithful recreation of this classic shooter/immersive sim invites players to experience the classic video game, updated and upgraded for modern audiences.
Starting today, [human insects] players all across the world get to face off against SHODAN — the iconic rogue AI with attitude.
The System Shock remake combines the gameplay of the iconic original game with all-new HD visuals, updated controls, an overhauled interface, and all-new sounds and music.
Never-before-seen enemies, quality-of-life gameplay tweaks, a revamped hacking system, and visceral new combat options — featuring a brutal dismemberment system — also await players new and old.
A legion of hostile and mutated creatures — created and controlled by the delightfully villainous SHODAN herself — await players as they make their way through Citadel Station’s all-new areas, flexing their puzzle-solving skills and hacking prowess to reach new sectors of the station.
Players will also encounter traps, puzzles, and secrets in their pursuit of (hopefully) defeating SHODAN once and for all. A combination of stealth, cunning, and futuristic weaponry will be required to survive. When the System Shock remake arrives, players’ puzzle-solving and survival skills will be put to the test.
Nightdive Studios worked closely with many of the members of the original System Shock team, including the voice of SHODAN, Terri Brosius.
Console editions of System Shock will release on PlayStation 4|5 and Xbox One and Series S|X in due course; more details will be shared in the future.