Star Wars: Dark Forces remaster gets February 2024 release date

Star Wars: Dark Forces remaster gets February 2024 release date



Nightdive Studios’ remaster of cult hit shooter Star Wars: Dark Forces has been given a release date and is launching for PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Switch on 28th February next year.


Announced back in August, the Star Wars: Dark Forces remaster is being made in collaboration with Lucasfilm Games, and sees the 1995 first-person shooter – which follows mercenary Kyle Katarn as he undertakes a number of covert operations to thwart the Empire at the behest of the Rebel Alliance – getting a welcome modern-day upgrade.


Nightdive Studios – the remaster specialist behind this year’s acclaimed System Shock update, among many others – is promising resolutions of up to 4K at 120fps for its enhanced Dark Forces release, although expect that to vary depending on your platform of choice.


Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster reveal trailer


There’s also talk of “upgraded gameplay”, high-resolution textures, enhanced lighting and rendering, plus gamepad support (including a new weapon wheel, rumble, and gyro controls) across the original’s 14 levels – which, if you’re unfamiliar, also feature a spot of platforming, environmental puzzling, and melee combat along with all the blaster-ising.


So that’s the Star Wars: Dark Forces remaster then, arriving on 28th February next year for PC (via Steam), PlayStation 5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and Switch.





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