The wait is almost over. Nightdive Studios for its console version Systemic shock remake. It will be available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S, .

The developer, along with publisher Prime Matter, have released a new trailer for the console version, showing off the stunning graphical update to the first-person shooter/RPG from 1994. Combat has also received a major upgrade, as the genre’s mechanics weren’t quite perfect when the game was originally released. released, gulp, 30 years ago.

The PC version of the remake with , but this isn’t just a reissue. Console players get some exclusive features to sweeten the pot. It will boast 4K visuals at 60FPS on PS5 and Xbox Series X. There’s also a new ending that “builds on the final confrontation” with series antagonist Shodan. The controls have been reworked to better suit console gamepads, and there’s a new female hacker character.

An image showing the game in action with someone lying dead on the ground.

Primary matter

There’s also a little something for collectors here. The PS5 and Xbox Series X/S versions are getting a physical release, though it’s a digital-only affair for PS4 and Xbox One players. No word on pricing yet, but the game costs $40 for PC.

This remake of the iconic shooter was a long time coming. It was first announced as part of a successful Kickstarter campaign. Nightdive Studios is on Systemic shock 2.