The Thing: Remastered to include gyro-aiming on Switch

The kind of Thing you like to see

03 July 2024
by rawmeatcowboy 0
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Nightdive Studios recently announced The Thing: Remastered, a remastered version of the 2002 game, and it’s coming to Switch in 2024. While there will be visual and gameplay tweaks over the 2002 version, Switch owners will also get something special in the controls department.

In an interview with Nintendo Life, Nightdive Studios revealed that the Switch release will include a gyro-aiming option. For those out there who like physically moving their hands around to line up shots and swing the camera around, you can look forward to doing just that with The Thing: Remastered.

The Thing: Remastered is a faithful restoration of the cult-classic 2002 third-person survival horror shooter game inspired by Universal Pictures and filmmaker John Carpenter’s genre-defining 1982 film, The Thing. Nightdive Studios has upgraded this horrifying classic for the modern era through its proprietary KEX Engine for play on current-generation gaming devices. Improvements to character models, textures, and animations have been hand-crafted by Nightdive Studios, with the implementation of advanced 3D rendering for updated lighting and atmospheric effects—for a suspenseful and disgustingly detailed remaster that reanimates the thrilling game for modern audiences.

In the frozen arctic tundra, a mysterious shape-shifting alien has wiped out the crew of the U.S. Outpost #31 research facility. In The Thing: Remastered, players step into the boots of Captain J.F. Blake, the leader of a United States Army Special Forces rescue team sent to investigate the blood-curdling events that transpired in the original The Thing film. Trapped by the elements and at risk of infection by a horrific entity, Blake must keep his squad together to survive by gaining their trust and ensuring that their fear and paranoia don’t get the best of them… or himself.

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