Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition should be released on PC and consoles sometime today. The game is being released by the creators of the upcoming System Shock remake.

The game should be available for around $10 on PC, Switch, and PlayStation and Xbox consoles. The game is developed by Nightdive Studios, the developer of the upcoming System Shock remake and several remasters such as Doom 64 and the Turok games.

The classic point-and-click adventure Blade Runner from Westwood Studios was released in 1997. This was remarkable, as the film on which the game is based was released way back in 1982. Instead of an easy copy of the film, players became a partially randomized adventure. served. Characters had a real-time schedule that they followed and there were different endings as well.

This remaster has been graphically improved. For example, the game runs on the KEX engine, the same engine used for System Shock: Enhanced Edition and the Turok games. Players can expect improved graphics, animations and cutscenes, as well as the ability to customize the controls and use controllers. The game runs at 60 fps (instead of 15 fps in the original version).