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Gods Remastered Makes its pub­lic de­but

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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?

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