New Gameplay Footage From System Shock Reboot’s Demo

With the official Kickstarter set to get underway later today and a demo being prepared for everyone to take a shot at, it should come as no surprise that some gaming outlets have already had access to the game. One such site has even posted gameplay of the soon-to-be-public demo and though it only clocks in at roughly nine minutes, it still looks mighty impressive to this System Shock fan.

Once thought to be a remaster, Night Dive has recently stated that the game is meant more to be a reboot of the original game than a simple remake. How this will exactly change the game remains to be seen, but since we’re less than three hours away from the crowdfunding campaign going live and the demo being publicly uploaded for everyone to sample, we won’t have to wait long for the answer.

Provided the kickstarter is a success, the new System Shock will release for Xbox One and PC via GOG and Steam, with a collector’s edition (and even a Razer-branded laptop) available to those who donate a large enough sum to the project. Curious gamers can keep tabs on the game through night Dive Studios’ official Facebook page.



Carl is both a JRPG fan and a CRPG'er who especially loves European PC games. Even with more than three decades of gaming under his belt, he feels the best of the hobby is yet to come.

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