Night Dive Studios, the developer behind HD updates to games like Turok and Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, has announced the next game in their triumvirate of late 1990s first-person shooters. This time around, Night Dive is bringing Forsaken to Xbox One and PC for a modern audience.
The 1998 shooter was originally released on the PlayStation, PC, and Nintendo 64, with some unique enemies in the N64 version. Forsaken was best known for its complete freedom of movement, where players could move up and down in a gravity-free fashion as well as strafe any direction they like.
For the HD remake, Night Dive is keeping the polygon count identical to the 20-year-old game, but the game will now run at 60 FPS, which is a bit more than double what the original game hit. Night Dive is also including all the N64-exclusive content for the update. You can check out the trailer for the new HD version below.
Forsaken launches on Xbox One and PC on July 31.
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Forsaken Gets HD Update 20 Years After Its Original Release