Nightdive Studios has shared a new batch of screenshots for the upcoming Shadow Man: Remastered, giving us a taste of the game's revamped visuals ahead of release.
The game makes use of Nightdive's proprietary KEX engine, which has previously been used on recent remasters of games like System Shock: Enhanced Edition, Turok, Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, Blood: Fresh Supply, and Strife: Veteran Edition. The team says that Shadow Man "has never looked so good or played so well".
So, let's jump in, shall we? In the comparisons below, you'll find screenshots from the original game on the left, with the new, updated version on the right.
The game's scheduled to launch on Switch and other platforms in 2021, boasting refined art, audio, and assets, a refined gameplay experience, and the reintroduction of missing content cut from the original game.
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