Fans of 1994's innovative sci-fi action adventure, System Shock, have a had a fairly long old wait on their hands for Nightdive Studio's successfully kickstarted remake to finally show some signs of being ready to release.

However, as originally reported by Windows Central, Nightdive's Director of Business Development, Larry Kuperman, was on hand at GDC 2022 to present a demo of some of this new version's action which, from what we've managed to catch a glimpse of so far, looks pretty darn exciting...even if it doesn't really look anything like the System Shock we remember!

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Kuperman told journalists present at GDC that the game's much-anticipated remake is now "nearly complete" that "every level's here, every enemy is in place, every weapon is in place" and that the game is in what he described as "pre-beta". He also mentioned that console versions aren't quite as far along their PC counterpart but with the title now, according to Kuperman, set to release on all platforms simultaneously, we're guessing it won't be long before they're all caught up and ready to rumble.

System Shock's remake has been slated for a 2022 release on current and last-gen consoles, as well as on PC, so fingers crossed we're gonna be hacking into some mainframes and facing off against an all-new incarnation of SHODAN in the not too distant future. We cannot wait!

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