Remastered – Official Reveal Trailer 2024

Nightdive Studios announced The Thing: Remastered on Friday, confirming that a remastered version of the cult-classic survival horror game based on the movie would be coming out this year.

The news was confirmed during the inaugural IGN Live, and sees the 2002 survival game getting a completely updated version. The game will be a “faithful restoration” of the third-person shooter, and will support up to 4K and 120FPS gameplay. The game will feature upgraded models, textures, and animations hand-crafted by Nightdive, as well as enhanced lighting and atmospheric effects.

The Thing: Remastered currently has no release date, but is set to release sometime this year on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

Check out a brief trailer for The Thing: Remastered below:

 

What is The Thing game about?

Originally released in 2002, The Thing was a squad-based third-person shooter survival horror game developed by Computer Artworks. The basic gameplay saw players trying to avoid various enemies, as well as commanding various NPCs who join you as you progress through the game.

“The Thing: Remastered is a faithful restoration of the cult-classic 2002 third-person survival horror shooter game inspired by Universal Pictures’ genre-defining 1982 film, The Thing,” says the description. “Nightdive Studios has upgraded this horrifying classic for the modern era through its proprietary KEX Engine for play on current-generation gaming devices up to a 4K resolution at 120FPS. Improvements to character models, textures, and animations have been hand-crafted by Nightdive Studios, with the implementation of advanced 3D rendering for updated lighting and atmospheric effects — for a suspenseful and disgustingly detailed remaster that reanimates the thrilling game for modern audiences.”

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The game itself was set as a sequel to John Carpenter’s legendary 1982 film, and sees Captain Blake sent to the Antarctic outpost featured in the film to try and figure out what has happened to the crew.

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