June 13, 2024

Brighton Journal

Complete News World

Nightdive Shocks with The Thing: Remastered for PC and consoles [Trailer]

Nightdive Shocks with The Thing: Remastered for PC and consoles [Trailer]

It’s a shame fans never got to see this sequel by Computer Artworks and Black Label Games The thing, but we’re getting the next best thing with a remaster of the original game, thanks to Nightdive Studios! Nightdive Studios was created in collaboration with Universal Products & Experiences Thing: Remastered Digitally on PC via Steam, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and Nintendo Switch later this year.

A faithful recreation of the classic 2002 third-person survival horror shooter, Nightdive brings the game up for the modern era with its KEX engine for play on current-gen consoles, including 4K resolution at 120 frames per second. Thing: Remastered It will also feature updated character models, textures and animations, while implementing advanced 3D rendering for updated lighting and atmospheric effects.

“Many of us at Nightdive Studios are avid fans of the horror genre, so it has been an incredible honor to work in the world of iconic horror films. The thing,” He said Larry Cooperman, Director of Business Development at Nightdive Studios. “The 1982 film is a masterpiece and truly one of the most influential pieces of art in the horror genre. With Thing: Remasteredwe honor that legacy and a stunning Computer Artworks game inspired by the story that expanded the tradition.

Just in case you’ve never played The thingThe game takes place after the events of the film, in which a mysterious, shape-shifting alien has wiped out the crew of the American research facility Outpost 31. You are Captain JF Blake, the leader of a US Army Special Forces rescue team sent to investigate the events that occurred at Outpost 31. Soon You find yourself surrounded by the elements and at risk of infection by the alien.

See also  Lord Of The Rings: Gollum developers "profoundly apologize" for disappointing players

Blake must keep his team together to survive by earning their trust and making sure their fear and paranoia don’t get the better of them.