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System Shock 2: Enhanced Edition dev confirms fully fledged VR mode after earlier tease

Nightdive Studios has confirmed its upcoming enhanced edition of seminal sci-fi adventure System Shock 2 will include a fully fledged VR mode, after the developer teased virtual reality support for the game earlier this year.

Nightdive initially announced System Shock 2: Enhanced Edition back in 2019, and while the studio is yet to confirm the exact enhancements it’ll feature on release, we do know it’ll include improvements to co-op play and employ the same engine used to create its enhanced version of System Shock 1 – which added the likes of 4K support, achievements, and improved controls.

As for VR support, that was teased back in January, when, after a period of silence regarding System Shock 2: Enhanced Edition’s progress, Nightdive finally popped up on Twitter to assure fans of the project’s continued existence, and, more surprisingly, to reveal video footage of what appeared to be work-in-progress VR support.

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Nightdive Studios has confirmed its upcoming enhanced edition of seminal sci-fi adventure System Shock 2 will include a fully fledged VR mode, after the developer teased virtual reality support for the game earlier this year.

Nightdive initially announced System Shock 2: Enhanced Edition back in 2019, and while the studio is yet to confirm the exact enhancements it’ll feature on release, we do know it’ll include improvements to co-op play and employ the same engine used to create its enhanced version of System Shock 1 – which added the likes of 4K support, achievements, and improved controls.

As for VR support, that was teased back in January, when, after a period of silence regarding System Shock 2: Enhanced Edition’s progress, Nightdive finally popped up on Twitter to assure fans of the project’s continued existence, and, more surprisingly, to reveal video footage of what appeared to be work-in-progress VR support.

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