If you're as old as us, you'll probably remember a game called "The Thing" on the original Xbox back in 2002, and today, it's been announced that the geniuses at Nightdive Studios (Quake 2, System Shock Remake, Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster) are giving it the remastered treatment for modern consoles this year!

There's no date for this one just yet, but we know that it's definitely coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, and will feature up to 4K, 120FPS visuals along with lots of other visual improvements across the board.

You can watch the reveal trailer up above, and we'll throw some additional details below.

"The Thing: Remastered is a faithful restoration of the cult-classic 2002 third-person survival horror shooter game inspired by Universal Pictures' genre-defining 1982 film, The Thing. Nightdive Studios has upgraded this horrifying classic for the modern era through its proprietary KEX Engine for play on current-generation gaming devices up to a 4K resolution at 120FPS.

Improvements to character models, textures, and animations have been hand-crafted by Nightdive Studios, with the implementation of advanced 3D rendering for updated lighting and atmospheric effects — for a suspenseful and disgustingly detailed remaster that reanimates the thrilling game for modern audiences."

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