When we last wrote about it, the System Shock remake in development by Nightdive Studios was slated for a PC and Xbox One release. However, Nightdive have received enough of an outpouring by PlayStation fans, and they have announced that the game will be coming to the PS4 as well.
In a post on the PlayStation Blog, System Shock project director Jason Fader announced that the remake would be joining the PlayStation family at launch. He said that “it’s still early in the project, but there was such a huge demand for a PS4 version that we immediately did what we could to make that happen.” The announcement came with a short gameplay trailer, although it still shows the game running on a PC.
System Shock‘s Kickstarter fully funded campaign is ongoing, with a week to go at time of writing. The game is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2018 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. A native Linux port is also on the cards, but Nightdive has not committed to it just yet, although there is a demo of the Linux port available on GOG.com. If you have a GOG account, you can download the Windows demo as well.
Source: PlayStation blog