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from remaster masters Nightdive Studios announces updates to
SiN: Gold on
adding the Wages of SiN expansion along with a bunch of fixes. This is
not all the news for Ritual Entertainment's 1998 first-person shooter, however,
says this is a prelude to a full remaster of the game. They don't
have a ton of details on the plan, but this is expected late this year or in
early 2021. Here's more:
Nightdive is working on a fully remastered
version of Sin that will run on its Kex Engine, which is also used in games
including Blood: Fresh Supply, Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, and Forsaken Remastered.
Expect the usual enhancements, like modern resolution support and a nice crisp
UI. Nightdive didn't have a lot of details on the remaster to give us yet, but
it's currently expected to be out in late 2020 or early 2021. The studio was
able to dig up a pile of classic Sin art for us, so enjoy some overwhelmingly
late '90s renders.