The remaster of the cult quest Blade Runner will be released as early as June 23

The remaster of the cult quest Blade Runner will be released as early as June 23

Nightdive announced the re-release of Blade Runner back in 2020.
But the gut of the game proved too tricky, so at some point the release had to be delayed.
Now the difficulties have been defeated, and Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition is ready for release.As the authors write, Enhanced Edition is a version restored with love for the original.
Among the key improvements are:Reconstruction and increased resolution of the original VQA video format.Cinematic excerpts updated from 15 fps to 60 fps.Modern display in HD.Improved hint interface and in-game assistant tool.Improved subtitle support.Support for modern gamepads.SMAA anti-aliasing.Anisotropic texture filtering.The game's plot develops parallel to the Ridley Scott movie.
The main character is Detective Ray McCoy.
He tracks down replicants suspected of killing animals.
At his disposal are an ESPER photo analysis machine, a Voight-Kampf test, a flying police car, and a KIA evidence examination tool.
On his way to the truth, McCoy will also meet characters from the movie, played by the same actors.The original Blade Runner is the creation of Westwood Studios, best known for the first Command & Conquer.
The game once stood out for its innovative approach to the quest genre: the story unfolds in real time, the 3D engine is built on voxels, the staging stands out for its cinematic, and the lighting was considered breakthrough for its time.Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition comes out tomorrow, June 23 on PC (Steam), PlayStation, Xbox and Switch.
For the most dedicated fans, Limited Run Games will be releasing three physical editions, from a simple media box to an expensive souvenir set for $174.99.
The physical editions will be released later than the digital edition.
Gennady Vorobiev ShareTagsRS PlayStation 5 PlayStation 4 Xbox Series X | S Xbox One Nintendo Switch

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