Shadow Man: Remastered
Ben Borthwick by on Jan 14, 2022

Shadow Man: Remastered gets surprise release on Xbox and PlayStation

Nightdive Studios and Valiant Entertainment have announced the surprise console release of Shadow Man: Remastered for Xbox and PlayStation.

The updated version of the 1999 action adventure originally landed on PC back in April last year. Now it’s playable on home consoles, complete with a bunch of improvements. These include 4K widescreen and 60FPS support, trophies and achievements and dynamic shadow mapping along with other graphical tweaks.

Aside from the visual improvements, players can also expect some never-before-seen extra content cut from the original game. There’s even new weapons and new enemies to deal with too.  In case you’re not familiar with the original, you play as Michael LeRoi. He’s a man that becomes the latest in a line of voodoo warriors tasked with protecting the world of the living from the horrors of the Deadside.

Developer Nightdive Studios are also working on the upcoming remake of classic FPS System Shock. Last month, it was announced that project will now be co-published by Prime Matter and should arrive later this year.

You can check out a trailer for Shadow Man: Remastered for yourself down below. The game is available now on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. A Nintendo Switch version is also on the way, and that’ll arrive next week on January 17.



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Shadow Man: Remastered

on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Shadow Man: Remastered

Release Date:

31 December 2020