2K is working on an "unannounced remake," according to employee

by Danny Craig  · 
2K is working on an "unannounced remake," according to employee

According to an employee's LinkedIn profile, 2K is working on a "unannounced remake," prompting speculation about which title the publisher will revisit.

The details:

  • As reported by MP1st, 2K motion capture animator Brett Shupe has listed a number of projects he is currently working on at the company on LinkedIn. Some of the projects mentioned have previously been announced, such as a fourth BioShock game, a new Mafia entry, NBA 2K25, and WWE 2K25.

  • Along with references to a canceled SuperMassive Games project codenamed "Erebus" and two unannounced games, one of which is a sports title, Shupe also states that he is working on an "unannounced upcoming remake." The profile does not provide any additional information, but fans are already guessing as to what it could be.

  • Some fans immediately suggested it could be BioShock, as the first game was released in 2008 and its remaster was almost eight years ago. With the game being regarded as one of the best of its generation, if not all time, 2K could potentially remake it using the same engine as the upcoming fourth entry.

  • One contender for a remake is 2012's Spec Ops: The Line, which has become a cult classic due to its violent depictions of warfare and post-traumatic stress disorder. However, critics gave its gameplay mixed reviews at the time, and more modern third-person mechanics could be a major improvement.

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