S.W.I.N.E. HD Remaster Released

Kite Games and Assemble Entertainment announce the release of S.W.I.N.E. HD Remaster for Windows on GOG.com and Steam, with the latter (but not the former) offering a 15% launch discount. This updates this anthropomorphic RTS game to allow it to go hog wild on modern systems, as shown off in the release trailer. Here's word on what's new and what's familiar in this release:
S.W.I.N.E. HD Remaster ain’t your momma’s RTS — it’s packed full of high-octane battles, explosive competition, and a dynamite sense of humor sure to send you home squealing!

Key features of S.W.I.N.E HD Remaster include:

  • Remastered graphics: S.W.I.N.E HD Remaster boasts a redesigned interface reworked for the 16:9 aspect ratio, along with detailed unit textures and extended graphics features. Anti-aliasing, v-sync, screen selection, and full-screen mode are now available, modernizing the game’s visual elements and letting you see all the awesome battlefield action
  • Improved game experience: Tons of bug fixes, extended zoom, improved unit ordering, and plenty of other updates bring the game into the modern age
  • Multiplayer is back: Travel back to the good old days with your friends and play this unique landmark of a game either online or via your local network

On July 26, the Republic of the Pigs was overthrown by General Iron Tusk. After dealing with the remaining Republican loyalist forces in his territory, Tusk turned his attention to the neighboring nation of Carrotland, home of the Rabbits. The Rabbits worked out their strategy, too; and now the two species need to find a capable officer who can lead their operations.

S.W.I.N.E. HD Remaster features numerous improvements and visual enhancements, such as an integrated language selection, a polished UI, and improved unit ordering for a smoother gameplay experience. The remastered version also features the original 2001 S.W.I.N.E. soundtrack, an artbook with previously unreleased concept art, and a developer documentary detailing the process behind the recreation of the beloved classic. Developer Kite Games have worked with fans to extensively modernize the game to bring big, beautiful bunny-blasting, pig-punching battles to PC. For more information, visit https://swinethegame.com.