The Turok 2 Remaster Hits PC Soon, Watch New Trailer Now
A new multiplayer mode is included in the remaster.
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Following the release of the Turok remaster in 2015, a remastered version of the sequel, Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, now has a date--and it's soon. Developer Nightdive Studios announced today that the game will launch on March 16 for Steam, GOG, and the Humble Store.
A new trailer has also been released and can be seen above.
Seeds of Evil, an FPS in which you play as a dinosaur-slayer named Turok, was originally released for the Nintendo 64 and reportedly sold more than 1 million copies.
The Seeds of Evil remaster contains everything from the original, along with new "grotesque" bosses and 20 new weapons. One of these is the Cerebral Bore, which can drill into skulls to send brain matter flying. A new game mode, Last Turok Standing, is also added in the remaster. This is a multiplayer mode that lets players fight to the death for an "even more visceral gaming experience."
Seeds of Evil is playable at the Game Developers Conference this week at the Intel booth.
The Turok: Dinosaur Hunter and Seeds of Evil remasters are reportedly headed to Xbox One at some point in the future.
Nightdive has also acquired the rights to the System Shock franchise. It is currently bringing the series back with the in-development System Shock 3.
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