Ultracore, a run-and-gun game originally developed by DICE in the '90s - back when the studio was known as Digital Illusions - is set to be reborn on Switch and PS4 tomorrow.

The game was originally planned to launch on Amiga, Sega Genesis, and Sega CD, and was reportedly almost finished before being cancelled by publisher, Psygnosis, in 1994. It was picked up last year by Strictly Limited Games, which launched a limited number of physical copies across Switch and other platforms, but it'll now be available to everyone on the eShop.

This new digital release comes courtesy of ININ Games, which has shared the following in a press release:

With the endeavour of Strictly Limited Games, Ultracore has been restored and completed after its development was put on hold due to an upcoming evolution of video game consoles back in 1994. In collaboration with experts of the genre and (former) members of DICE, the game was brought to life – improved, optimized, full of run & gun action and hardcore boss fights.

This masterpiece has been further refined by adding a second full-length soundtrack, so players will be given the option to either play through the game with the old or the new background music. This new soundtrack features more than 20 full-length synthwave and electronic tracks of few of the genres best artists such as Scandroid, Waveshaper, Mega Drive, Fury Weekend, 3Force, Isidor, Fixions and many others.

You can expect to find lots of classic side-scrolling, enemies, boss fights and in-game rewards to collect when Ultracore launches tomorrow. You'll be able to grab it from the Switch eShop for £17.99 / €19.99 / $22.99.

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