Nightdive Studios can be remastering Blood
I used to be too busy enjoying the unbelievable DUSK and Smash Bros. Final this weekend to note the information, however Atari and Nightdive Studios can be bringing a remastered model of ’90s traditional Blood to digital storefronts. Not a lot is understood concerning the challenge, however Atari has promised it’ll discuss extra “within the coming weeks.”
When you’re questioning concerning the extent of the remaster, Nightdive has acknowledged it’s aiming for “a greater consumer expertise for up to date audiences.” That seemingly means this can be alongside the strains of Turok as an alternative of a full-on remake like System Shock is getting. Nightdive can be together with Vulkan and DirectX assist together with trendy netcode and Steamworks integration for mods. The sport can be out there on GOG and Steam within the “One Entire Unit” bundle that comprises the sport and its expansions.
For these unfamiliar, Blood is likely one of the few video games constructed on the “Construct Engine” within the ’90s. This is similar tech that powered Duke Nukem 3D and Shadow Warrior however was truly developed by Monolith. Monolith would later go on to create the sensible No One Lives Ceaselessly and F.E.A.R., however began extra with a humble tackle Doom. I say humble, however Blood might be the craziest of the Construct Engine trifecta of the ’90s.
Seeing as how I am at all times down for some traditional FPS motion, signal me up. I am completely satisfied to see that Nightdive remains to be doing the Lord’s work in spite of everything this time.