PC and consoles can now download the Remastered Blade Runner adventure

PC and consoles can now download the Remastered Blade Runner adventure ...

A Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition has been launched as a result.

The remaster of the groundbreaking point-and-click PC adventure from 1997, which ended in development problems two years ago, is now available on Steam and the Nintendo, Xbox, and PlayStation platforms. In March 2020, Nightdive Studios announced that it was updating the Westwood Studios sci-fi narrative, but in October of that year, studio chief Stephen Kick acknowledged that developers had not discovered the number of character models in the game, all of which would require remastering. Added Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition was given a

It''s still at work on System Shock 2: Enhanced Edition.

Blade Runner might have been a point-and-click adventure, but the game really pushed the limits of that label. Players would be tasked with stealing rogue replicants from the same number of characters each playthrough, but who was human and who was synthetic would change. With branching story paths and multiple endings, Blade Runner was anything but linear, and much more replayable than other point-and-click narratives of the day.

Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition promises frame rates of 60 fps (15 fps was the original), with an enhanced, in-game Knowledge Integration Assistant, and a clue user interface to help drive the story. The PC version supports gamepads (as do the console versions, however). The game is $9.99 on Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo stores.

Blade Runner won Best Adventure Game of 1998 from the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences, proving it to be the best adventure game of the year for PC Gamer and the Computer Gaming World.