When you’ve been eagerly awaiting Nightdive Studios’ Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion remaster, you may want to hold in there only a bit longer; the developer is delaying its launch by just a few weeks, with the dino FPS now coming to PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Change on thirtieth November.
Nightdive’s remastering of the unique Turok trilogy – which was developed by the now-defunct Iguana Leisure – has been fairly the enterprise; the studio launched its Turok 1 remaster eight years in the past, again in 2015, and its sequel acquired the spruce-up therapy two years later.
Nightdive’s Turok 3 remaster – which is able to mark the primary time the sport has been obtainable since its N64 debut in 2000 – guarantees to be equally thorough, introducing enhanced atmosphere artwork and character fashions, up to date weapon fashions, plus “superior rendering options” that’ll embody anti-aliasing, bloom, ambient occlusion, dynamic shadows, and movement blur.
All that’ll run at as much as 120fps at 4K on PC, PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Sequence X/S, and there is additionally discuss of controller enhancements, together with rumble, plus optionally available gyro controls on Change. Lastly, Trophies and Achievements might be obtainable on Steam, PlayStation, and Xbox come Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion Remastered revised launch date of thirtieth November.
Nightdive briefly addressd the delay in a publish on social media, saying it had opted to push again the remaster’s launch to be able to “ship the most effective Turok 3 expertise potential”.
Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion, when you’re unfamiliar, offers participant the selection between two protagonists – Joseph and Danielle Fireseed, siblings of Turok 2 protagonist Joshua Fireseed – as they labored to defeat the Oblivion and its Flesh Eater followers in one other bout of dinosaur-flavoured first-person shooter motion.