Rumor: Looks like Nightdive Studio’s next Remaster is 2002’s ‘The Thing’

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Nightdive Studios has been doing phenomenal lately releasing excellent remasters such as Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster, PO’ed: Definitive editionAnd System shock (now the Switch 2 game is waiting to happen, right?).

The studio will appear at the upcoming IGN Live event this Friday and has posted a cheeky little hint that its upcoming project may be coming to an end. X. Now, unless we’re making one drastically There’s an error here (in which case, we apologize), it looks like this will be a re-release of the 2002 hit survival horror game that.

The image shown by Nightdive appears to be a heavily cropped version of the original cover art, albeit with altered colors. Luckily, Horror game community presented a compact comparison that made it quite clear to us:

Surely that’s the case, right? We’d be extremely surprised if it was any different. Either way, we’re excited to learn more next Friday. Nightdive Studios is proving itself to be one of the most talented studios out there at reviving older games, so we were on edge.

Originally released on PS2, Xbox and Windows, The Thing is an excellent adaptation of the 1982 film of the same name by famous director John Carpenter. Developed by the now-defunct Computer Artworks, this is a fairly traditional third-person shooter that, in this writer’s opinion, paved the way for classics like Dead space.

It’s interesting, we never thought we’d want a remake of The Thing, but now that we’ve seen this, we can hardly think of anything else. But what do you think? Let us know with a comment.


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