Blood, the cult horror PC first-person shooter from 1997, is coming again.
Blood franchise proprietor Atari has set Nightdive Studios, which has developed new variations of System Shock and Turok, to work on this newest re-release. Nightdive mentioned to count on varied enhancements and compatibility updates.
Blood was initially developed by Monolith Productions (F.E.A.R., Shadow of Mordor) and is a Doom-esque gory first-person shooter. The video beneath reveals off gameplay.
Daniel Grayshon, producer of the re-release, mentioned: “Blood stood up extraordinarily effectively over time and we’re taking care to protect all of the qualities that made the sport so particular. It actually solely wants minor updates to supply a greater person expertise for up to date audiences. Through the use of among the features of Nightdive’s KEX engine, we’ll be capable to present compatibility with in the present day’s video requirements, with DirectX and Vulkan help.
“Equally, we’ll present compatibility with the present audio requirements. We’ll add help for contemporary networks, Steamworks, and GOG Galaxy to convey this unique sport to extra gamers. As a part of this, we are going to protect the accuracy of the sport behaviour. Whereas these upgrades are comparatively minor, we’re assured that they may present followers with a greater, present era gameplay expertise.”