Remastered versions of Iguana Entertainment and Acclaim Entertainment’s dinosaur-filled first-person shooters Turok and Turok 2: Seeds of Evil are now available on Xbox One. To celebrate its release, a trailer for the latter was revealed flaunting its new engine and improved graphics.
Turok 2: Seeds of Evil originally released for the Nintendo 64 in October 1998, almost 20 years ago. In the sequel, you play as Joshua Fireseed, the new Turok who attempts to take down an alien army led by Primagen. As seen in the trailer below, the remaster will feature the game you know and love, as well as a new multiplayer mode.
The sequel is a follow-up to Turok, which also released for the Nintendo 64 the year prior. Based on the comic series, the game saw you play as the titular character as you stop the evil campaigner from getting a hold of the Chronoscepter and fight a bunch of dinosaurs.
Both remasters were developed by Nightdive Studios, the team behind the upcoming System Shock remake that was revealed in March 2016. The game was successfully funded on Kickstarter, garnering over $1.3 million. Recently, the studio announced the game’s development will be put on hiatus in order to “reassess” its path.
The Turok and Turok 2: Seeds of Evil remasters are out now for Xbox One and PC.