Finally, the new version of Ambition System Shock is out: May 30, 2023.
There’s only a few short months to wait for Nightdive Studios’ new version of the iconic shooter to be released. However, the May 30 release date for System Shock only applies to the PC version of the remake, with all others being pushed to release later.
When exactly this is, we don’t know. Nightdive reveals that while the original goal was for a System Shock remake to be released by the end of March 2023, that wasn’t possible, so the remake’s release date, on PC and consoles alike, is actually a later date than the original goal.
Console versions of system shock It will be released on PlayStation 4 | 5, Xbox One, and Series S | X in time; More details on this when we have it,” reads the press release from Nightdive Studios. We’ll have to keep an eye out for more details on the console versions of the remake.
It’s been a long time since System Shock was released, and it’s finally close to being released. Last year in April 2022, Nightdive revealed that the remake was “largely complete,” with the console versions being the immediate focus of the System Shock development team.
Obviously, something happened to extend development time beyond Nightdive’s original time frame with the console versions. If you’re interested in checking out the new version, you can try out the new System Shock beta on PC right now, available for download via Steam.
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