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Blood: Fresh Supply oozes onto PC

Nightdive Studios’ restoring of the classic PC horror-shooter Blood has arrived. Blood: Fresh Supply updates the classic for modern machines.

Bloody good fun

If you were playing PC FPS’ in the 1997, chances are you know Blood. Chances are too that you have some fond memories of the long-dead series. It only lasted 2 games, but Blood was packed with pop culture references and some excellent gameplay… for its time.

In the modern age, well it doesn’t look or play so great. And that’s being kind. Fortunately though, there’s a solution for those looking to go back and play through a little Blood once again.

Of course, that solution comes in the form of Nightdive Studios, who’ve made a habit of restoring classics for contemporary play. Blood: Fresh Supply is their latest.

“It has been both a great pleasure and an honor to have had the opportunity to work with Atari to update this classic game title that helped firmly cement the FPS as one of the most popular game genres,” said Larry Kuperman, Director of Business Development at Nightdive Studios. “We look forward to sharing the gory splendor of Blood: Fresh Supply with a new generation of gamers as well as with the many current fans eager to play one of their favorite titles on contemporary PCs.”

Larry Kuperman – Nightdive Studios

The reinvigorated version of Blood includes plenty of new elements. Online co-op (and local split screen) is onboard, as is 4k support, mod-ability, and customizable controls. Yes, that includes gamepad support.

Available for the PC via Steamthe Humble StoreGOG and the Discord shop, Blood: Fresh Supply will cost you $9.99 USD.

About Jason

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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