System Shock Remake, crowdfunded earlier this year, has been delayed to the second quarter of 2018, Nightdive Studios informed fans in the latest Kickstarter update. Previously, the remastered version of this 1994 classic was estimated to come out in December 2017, which means we might have to wait for it up to half a year longer than that. The developers are hoping to release the game simultaneously on all platforms: PC (Windows, Linux), Mac, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, but no promises can be made.
Taking this opportunity, the team behind System Shock Remake have informed that they’ve entered Vertical Slice phase, which is to result in a short, playable, feature-complete version of the game. They also promised some awesome stuff in the coming months, but no details were given on that. You can currently find an early pre-aplha demo of the game on Steam. The main goal for Nightdive Studios is to recreate the experience of this famous story-driven sci-fi shooter, which puts the player up against a ruthless AI called SHODAN.