King Art Games and THQ Nordic announced that the whodunit adventure game, The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief, has been fully remastered and re-released for PC, PS4 and for the Xbox One and Xbox One X.
The game sports entirely overhauled lighting, all new animations, redone hair and full HD resolution support along with subtitles for French, Spanish, Mandarin, German, Russian, Polish, and Italian.
If you already own the original version of The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief on Steam or GOG.com, you’ll automatically be upgraded to the new remastered version of the game at no extra cost.
You can check out the gameplay trailer for the remastered version of the game below, which seems to have a lot of action sequences, plenty of running, lots of door kicking, and some over-the-top voice acting. Check it out below.
The game is a period piece set in London, 1964. A priceless ruby has been stolen from a British museum and the only clue the authorities have to go by is a single raven feather.
Players assume the role constable Anton Jakob Zellner, as he must explore various locations, interrogate suspects, and attempt to retrieve the invaluable ruby.
The game is currently available for $19.99, and if you don’t already own it on Steam it’s discounted by 25% off for only $14.99. You’ll also receive both the original The Raven that came out back in 2013 and The Raven Remastered.
Home console gamers can also pick up a copy, and it’s also supposed to release on the Nintendo Switch as well, but it appears that version is slightly delayed.
It seems a little odd to me that games that just came out half a decade ago are already being remastered. It feels like if you’re going to remaster or remake a game it should be something that really deserves it, like Quantic Dream’s Omikron: The Nomad Soul from way back in 1999. Now that was a game that was way ahead of its time.
Anyway, you can pick up a digital copy of The Raven Remastered right now for home consoles and PC.