System Shock is one of the best-respected franchises in PC gaming, but it seems that its long-awaited third installment might head to consoles, too.
It’s been over a year since OtherSide Entertainment confirmed that work had begun on System Shock 3, a new installment in the hugely influential series of first-person shooters.
Now, the developer of Payday 2, Starbreeze Studios, has announced that it will publish the game.
Starbreeze certainly seems to be targeting long-dormant franchises as it expands its publishing efforts.
In February 2016, the studio revealed that it had inked a deal with Double Fine Productions to to serve as publisher for Psychonauts 2 when the game comes to consoles and the PC.
We already know that System Shock 3 will be helmed by the first game’s producer, Warren Spector, and will once again feature the vocal talents of Terri Brosius as its iconic villain, the artificial intelligence known as Shodan.