The SYSTEM SHOCK Remake Finally Gets A Release Date

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Prime Matter and Nightdive Studios have announced that the release of the highly anticipated remake of the cult classic System Shock has been delayed until the end of May. Fans of the original game, which was first released in 1994, have been eagerly awaiting the launch of the remake, which was initially planned for a March release.

Despite the delay, the studio has finally given a specific launch date for the game, which is sure to excite fans. However, there is a catch: the game will not be launching on all platforms simultaneously. Instead, PC fans will have first access to the remake, with a planned console launch announcement at a later date.

Although the game is set to launch on both last-gen and current-gen systems, there is no word yet on when the console launch will be. Players can currently pre-order the game via Steam, GOG, and the Epic Games Store for $39.99.

For those who are curious about the remake’s gameplay, a free demo is available on Steam, providing players with a sneak peek of what to expect from the upcoming release.

The remake of System Shock has been a long time coming, with its original Kickstarter initiating the project over seven years ago. However, the time is approaching when fans can finally board the Citadel Station and fight for their lives.

System Shock is now scheduled to launch on May 30th for PC via Steam, GOG, and EGS. It is also slated to launch on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One at a later date, providing players with a wider range of platforms to experience the game on.

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