System Shock Remake Ending Video Leaked; Releases Next Year

The leaked ending was posted on Youtube.

Update: The leaked videos of the System Shock Remake ending has now been removed from YouTube.

System Shock (2022) is the forthcoming faithful remake of the 1994’s classic that gave rise to a new wave of emergent shooters like Bioshock. The action-adventure game features a hacker that has to traverse 3d-labyrinth-like environments to fight through a spacecraft filled with mutants. The alluring classic shaped the future of the shooter genre, and the community is highly anticipating the remake.

A lot of innovative features made the classic System Shock popular, such as its non-linear traversal through the terrain and the lore scattered through the ship in the form of documents. The title lets the player explore the story as you collect and merge bits and pieces, instead of shoving the story in your face.

The upcoming remake is trying to catch the allure of its predecessor by featuring the same grid-like inventory hud and preserving the olden vibes with a modern twist. The remake does not wholly change the nostalgic environment and sticks to merely enhancing it through beautiful modern visuals. The trailer gives you a glimpse of what can be expected from the final release.

YouTube video

System Shock remake is still without a confirmed release date, but the game appears to be closer to completion. The game can be pre-purchased on the official Steam page. A game demo could be played at the recent Gamescom event, which only increased the anticipation of the community. However, the ending and the final boss gameplay appear to have been leaked on YouTube already.

The leaked video was posted by a small YouTube channel named InGear Media, and it reveals the gameplay from the final moments. The video is full of spoilers, so proceed with caution. It unveils the gameplay with some background music running in the background. Nothing can be said about how old the leaked build is, but it appears to be unfinished, according to the players in the comments.

The game is apparently slated for a 2023 release, according to the video description. The description for the video reads, “Prime Matter & Nightdive Studios partner up for next year’s global multi-platform launch of the highly anticipated sci-fi action adventure System Shock.”

Most of the players reacted with disappointment regarding the state of the game, calling it unpolished. It is worth remembering that the game is at least months away from an official release; the crudeness might be shone away. Moreover, some people have also complained about the ending of the game, calling the boss fight dull and boring. 

The video is still up at the time of writing, but it may be taken down by the developers. This antic might hurt Nightdive Studios a lot, considering even a concrete release date is still not announced. Nothing is known regarding the leaker behind the small YouTube channel.

System Shock remake is slating towards a simultaneous release on all major platforms. What are your thoughts concerning the whole ending being leaked? Please let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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