Nightdive has introduced that its upcoming Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion remaster has been delayed by a few weeks.
The remaster was initially alleged to launch on November 14th, however evidently some further polish can be wanted, as the brand new launch date for the sport is November thirtieth.
No purpose for the remaster was introduced, however usually talking, a delay of simply a few weeks in all probability signifies a necessity for some ending touches that the earlier launch date would not permit for.
In the event you’re not conversant in Nightdive’s work, it is a studio that works on porting and remastering traditional retro video games for contemporary programs.
Nightdive’s earlier works embody remastered variations of Shadow Man, the Blade Runner journey sport, and the traditional FPS Star Wars: Darkish Forces, amongst many others.
The studio does not simply remaster video games, although; Nightdive can also be liable for this 12 months’s System Shock remake, which our reviewer Alex appreciated fairly lots.
When Nightdive’s Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion does arrive, it will come to PC, PlayStation consoles, Xbox platforms, and Nintendo Swap.
The remastered model will boast 4K 120FPS efficiency on PC and current-gen programs, in addition to a bunch of visible and efficiency enhancements together with anti-aliasing, movement blur, and dynamic shadows.
You too can stay up for optionally available gyro controls for the Swap, in addition to trophies and achievements on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox.
Naturally, since it is a remaster, Nightdive has additionally opted to enhance Turok 3‘s character fashions, surroundings artwork, and weapon fashions, so it ought to look a bit sharper than you may keep in mind it trying on N64.
Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion is ready to launch on PC and consoles on November thirtieth. Keep tuned for extra information on this, in addition to all issues Nightdive and retro gaming-related, as quickly as we get it.