Nightdive studios, who seems to be working on most remakes you can think of from Shadowman to System Shock, is also working on the enhanced edition of the classic point and click Blade Runner.

Blade Runner is easily one of the better movie adaptions, that released to widespread acclaim, and had a unique presentation of the story with original elements and characters. To showcase their progress on the title, Nightdive has released an enhanced cinematic, showcasing the before and after workflow.

Blade Runner is still a jaw-dropping achievement on every level, so while we’re using KEX to upgrade the graphics and respectfully elevate the gaming experience in a way you’ve never seen before, we’re still preserving Westwood’s vision and gameplay in all its glory,” said Nightdive CEO Stephen Kick. “While you can enjoy the benefits of playing the game on modern hardware, the game should look and feel not as it was, but as glorious as you remember it being.”

Blade Runner was originally released by Westwood studios in 1997 and followed detective Roy McCoy as he goes on a hunt for rogue androids, and took place in the same time and universe as the film. The enhanced edition will be available for PC and consoles when it is ready.

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