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Remastered Blade Runner adventure available now on PC and consoles

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And just like that, BladeRunner: Enhanced Edition has launched. The remaster of the groundbreaking point-and-click PC adventure from 1997, which ran into development difficulties two years ago, is available now via Steam and the Nintendo, Xbox, and PlayStation marketplaces.

Nightdive Studios announced in March 2020 that it was updating Westwood Studios’ acclaimed sci-fi narrative, but in October of that year, studio chief Stephen Kick acknowledged that developers hadn’t realized the number of character models in the game, all of which would need remastering.

Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition was then given a TBD launch window. Nightdive has previously remastered System Shock: Enhanced Edition, Turok: Dinosaur Hunterand its sequel, and Forsaken Remastered.

It’s still at work on System Shock 2: Enhanced Edition. Blade Runner may have been a point-and-click adventure, but the game really pushed the limits of that label.

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