Nightdive Studios is very busy at the moment! Yep, the team that helped bring Quake 2 to modern platforms last month has also been heads down working on Rise Of The Triad: Ludicrous Edition - another '90s FPS coming to Xbox.

The newly-enhanced port hits Xbox platforms on September 29th, and it sounds like we're getting lots of new features for this console version. Here's some more info on the game itself and what it offers up for classic FPS fans:

"Gear up and take aim as an operative of the High-Risk United Nations Task-Force (codenamed H.U.N.T.) on a top-secret investigation off the California coast. Select from five elite soldiers armed with distinct abilities and stats, and stamp out shadowy cult activity wreaking havoc on Los Angeles.

Navigate twisty labyrinthine lairs and stage an all-out assault with iconic weaponry like dual-wielded pistols and MP-40 machine guns. Turn up the heat with face-melting drunk missiles, and rocket-jump skyward to rain down firepower from above in the world’s first FPS with verticality."

And here's a bit more detail on all of those welcome enhancements present in the new re-release:

"For the first time in ROTT history, gear up for all-out carnage on consoles and experience the trailblazing ‘90s FPS as never played before - with a controller! Run and gun across newly added multiplayer maps, and enjoy modern comforts like revamped 4K graphics, increased FOV, and cloud saves.

Feast on fresh content for die-hard operatives including five separate campaigns, expansion packs, and new episodes conceived by the original designers. Dust off untold stories with never-before-seen content from lost beta builds, and rock out to a remixed soundtrack with music choices from every ROTT release ever."

We have all the faith that Nightdive & co. will do a good job with Rise Of The Triad: Ludicrous Edition on Xbox, as they did with the amazing Quake 2 Remastered! Our thoughts on the classic Bethesda title's re-working are available down below.

Are you liking the look of Rise Of The Triad: Ludicrous Edition? What do you want the team to look at next? Let us know!