Nightdive Studios have outdone themselves again with their latest update to System Shock: Enhanced Edition, which offers a completely rebuilt version of the game, now available in Source engine.
Developers have rebuilt System Shock from the ground up in Source, and it's now available for free to all owners of the Steam/GoG release. This makes for the decades-old game's most modern and playable edition yet, as the remake introduces mouselook, rebindable controls, FOV, and lots more.
System Shock: Enhanced Edition Source Port Feature List
-higher resolution support up to 4K widescreen mode
-rebindable keyboard/mouse/joystick commands
-adapted to Nightdive's KEX engine
-support for both Direct3D and OpenGL
-option to switch between hi-resolution Mac assets and the original DOS assets
-official support for fan missions and mods
-new unified options menu that allows changing preferences before gameplay
-smoother camera rotation and translation
-improved control scheme which allows faster and streamlined experience
-brand new achievements
-in-game remappable keys with three profiles to choose from: original, custom, and left-handed
-many original game bugs fixed
As you can see, the list of additions and improvements is rather substantial, to say the least, and seeing as how you can now get your own copy of the game at a 50% off at Steam (€4,99), there's really no reason for you to not be playing System Shock: Enhanced Edition this weekend!