Update: Shadow Complex Remastered will be released on PlayStation 4 and Steam in May, Chair has announced.
— Shadow Complex (@shadowcomplex) March 17, 2016
Original Story: Chair has released Shadow Complex Remastered, an upgraded edition of their lauded 2009 Xbox 360 game, on Xbox One. While a 2016 launch had been confirmed, an exact release date for the game had not been announced prior to Microsoft’s Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb’s blog post update today in which he announced the game’s release.
Shadow Complex Remastered is available from the Xbox Store for $15 right now.
Originally announced during The Game Awards in December of last year, Shadow Complex Remastered launched on PC at the time and was free on that platform until December 31st. Chair is also developing a PlayStation 4 version of Shadow Complex Remastered but it has not yet been released.
This new version of the game includes all of the 2009 original’s content as well as improved graphics and “all-new dynamic melee take-downs.” New Achievements and Master Challenges are also available to unlock and the game’s official description says there’s around 10 hours of gameplay in all.
“Bringing Shadow Complex to a larger audience of gamers across multiple platforms has always been one of our goals at Chair,” the studio’s co-founder and creative director Donald Mustard commented in a statement released back in December. “We’re super excited to introduce a remastered version to fans, old and new, and for the opportunity it creates for us to do more in the Shadow Complex universe.”
Aside from its work on Shadow Complex Remastered, Chair is also developing a brand new title called Spyjinx in collaboration with Star Wars: The Force Awakens director JJ Abrams. You can find out more about it here.