Prime Matter And Nightdive Studios Team Up For Physical System Shock Release

Prime Matter and Nightdive Studios team up for the release of System Shock; the remake of the award-winning sci-fi action-adventure title.

Players must survive on an abandoned space station, where the evil AI SHODAN (Sentient Hyper-Optimized Data Access Network) has its sights on the complete destruction of humanity.

The new System Shock is a complete remake of the groundbreaking original game from 1994. The much-loved gameplay core remains intact and is combined with brand new HD visuals, improved controls, revamped interface and remastered sound effects & music.

The worldwide publishing and distribution deal will bring System Shock to PC and consoles next year.

“System Shock has been a real passion project for us and our goal has always been to deliver a near-perfect game,” says Stephen Kick, founder and CEO of Nightdive Studios. “We are excited to partner with Prime Matter to achieve that goal and see this as an important next step in the growth of Nightdive Studios.”

“It allows us to bring System Shock both physically and digitally to fans around the world. We will also be able to fulfill our commitments to our fans and in particular our thousands of Kickstarter supporters, without whom this game would never have been possible.”

Nightdive Studios worked closely with members of the original System Shock team, including the voice of the evil AI SHODAN (Terri Brosius), to ensure this remake honors the original to the fullest extent. Citadel Station, where the game takes place, is bigger and more terrifying than ever with brand new areas, traps, puzzles and secrets.

A demo of System Shock can be found on PC and Linux via Steam, GOG and the Epic Games Store.