The Thing: Watch the Trailer of the Remastered Game

Nightdive Studios has announced The Thing: Remastered, confirming a remastered version of the 2002 survival horror game will be released this year.

The announcement was made during IGN Live and revealed that the game will be a “faithful restoration” of the original third-person shooter. It will support up to 4K and 120FPS gameplay, featuring upgraded models, textures, and animations crafted by Nightdive. Enhanced lighting and atmospheric effects will also be included.

The Thing: Remastered does not have a specific release date yet but is slated to be available this year on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

Watch the trailer for The Thing: Remastered below:

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What is The Thing game about?

Originally released in 2002, The Thing is a squad-based third-person shooter survival horror game developed by Computer Artworks. In the game, players avoid various enemies and command NPCs who join them throughout the storyline.

The description highlights: “The Thing: Remastered is a faithful restoration of the cult-classic 2002 third-person survival horror shooter inspired by Universal Pictures’ 1982 film, The Thing. Nightdive Studios has upgraded this classic for modern gaming devices up to 4K resolution at 120FPS. Improvements in character models, textures, and animations have been crafted by Nightdive Studios, with advanced 3D rendering for enhanced lighting and atmospheric effects.”

The game acts as a sequel to John Carpenter’s 1982 film, sending Captain Blake to the Antarctic outpost from the movie to uncover the crew’s fate.

Wrapping Up

Get ready for the release of The Thing: Remastered this year, bringing a beloved classic back to life with enhanced graphics and modern gameplay capabilities. Stay updated by visiting HitPlay.

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