Gods Remastered Makes its public debut
The Bitmap Brothers’ classic platformer game Gods is returning to currentgeneration consoles and PC this year, with Robot Riot handling development. The public demonstration was highlighted in Bitmap Brothers cofounder Mike Montgomery’s talk at Play Expo in London, where the Xbox One version was playable for attendees. Gods Remastered will feature the same gameplay and level design as the original Amiga game from 1991, but with a new soundtrack and new 3D visuals including dynamic lights and shadows. If you prefer, the option to play with the original pixel art is also available, at an improved framerate of 60 frames per second. You can switch between the classic and remastered modes at the touch of a button midgame, too.
Robot Riot plans to release Gods Remastered in autumn 2018, for Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC, IOS and Android. You can follow the developers’ progress at facebook.com/ godsremastered.
[PC] This side-by-side comparison demonstrates how much work has gone into the remaster.
[PC] And here's a full screenshot – it’s quite the makeover, isn’t it?