GOTHIC 1 REMAKE Team Celebrates Original Game's 20th Anniversary With New Scavenger Art


Category: Role-Playing Games

GOTHIC 1 REMAKE Team Celebrates Original Game's 20th Anniversary With New Scavenger Art

The Gothic series is turning twenty, and to celebrate the 2001 classic's first release, publisher THQ Nordic has shared an original piece of artwork from Gothic 1 Remake focusing on the all-new, all-different little monsters known as Scavengers. Yes, these bastards will return to make your character's life a living hell once again.

That's not all, as the game's official Steam page is now live, which means that you can add Gothic 1 Remake to your wishlist right now. It's worth remembering that the RPG will also be available on "next-gen" consoles.

Gothic 1 Remake — please don't even ask us why it's not simply titled Gothic Remake — is being created by Alkimia Interactive — formerly THQ Nordic Barcelona — a young development team focused on big-budget role-playing video games. As you've probably already guessed, Gothic 1 Remake is their big debut project.

The Spanish company's original take on the Piranha Bytes classic has been in the works since February 2020. 

According to THQ Nordic, fans are going to learn a whole lot more about the remake within the next couple of months. In the meantime, take a look at the fresh concept art of the reimagined Scavengers down below:

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