This March will see the release of System Shock’s long-awaited remake. The team behind this news has chosen “a few last things to disclose before our swiftly approaching launch window of March 2023,” according to a recent Kickstarter update from the game’s creator, Nightdive Studios, according to the Video Games Chronicle.
The release date for this remake, which is scheduled to be released for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, has been set for 2023 for some time, but this recent Kickstarter update draws attention to the game’s Steam page, which now lists a “March 2023” release date.
“As some of you have already pointed out, this is not our first time announcing a tentative launch window, but over the past few years, much has changed – the scope and scale of the project has evolved dramatically and with [publisher] Prime Matter joining the project, it’s enabled us to focus on quality-of-life improvements, bug fixing, and localization support – the last major steps towards releasing a game we’re all incredibly proud of,” the update reads.
“This has also given us time to go back and polish various aspects of the game that needed that extra shine.”
A lot of other games that you might be interested in have also had their release dates covered here, so be sure to take a look:
- Resident Evil 4 Remake Demo Released Date Is Revealed Here.
- Atlas Fallen Release Date Unveils by Focus Entertainment.
The update continues by describing in detail the different adjustments, effects, and features that will be included in the remade version, according to Kickstarter.
System Shock was last seen in a trailer unveiled at the PC Gaming Expo in June last year. For gamers who have followed the game’s voyage through development hell, the announcement of this March 2023 release timeframe is fantastic. Let’s hope that this release window remains.