Very expected: The next revamped classic from Nightdive Studios was the critically acclaimed 1997 Westwood adventure game Blade Runner. After years of development difficulties, Nightdive re-released the game with improved graphics and ported it to consoles for the first time.

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Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition launches today on cook for a couple, Xbox console, PlayStation 4as well as Nintendo Switch for 10 dollars. It updates Westwood’s 25-year-old point-and-click video adventure game with increased 4K resolution, improved HD user interface, better subtitles, improved anti-aliasing, and controller support.

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Nightdive has announced a remastering project for 2020, but delayed it is indefinitely the same year. The developer had trouble finding the game’s source code, which disappeared after Electronic Arts acquired Westwood in 1998. Instead, Nightdive reverse-engineered the code, and a license conflict prevented ScummVM’s existing work from being used.

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The 1997 game, a spin-off of the famous 1982 film, used visuals and real-time gameplay systems that were uncommon for adventure games of the time. It conveys a non-linear storyline involving some of the original film’s actors.

Nightdive’s next upcoming project – the biggest yet with some cyberpunk themes similar to Blade Runner – is a complete remake of the first System Shock game. No release date yet, but this year it will reimagine the 1994 classic with modern graphics on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series consoles and PC.