Developer Nightdive Studios, in partnership with Atari today launched their fully updated version of the original cult classic shooter Blood. Dubbed Blood: Fresh Supply™, this restored and updated version of the game is built to bring all the classic mayhem to modern PCs while keeping with the non-stop hellfire-fueled gunplay of the original. Along with staying true to the blisteringly-difficult single-player campaign found in the original, Blood: Fresh Supply features competitive and cooperative online multiplayer for when players need to gang up on the hellish hordes or one another.
Blood: Fresh Supply is now available for Windows PC on Steam, the Humble Store, GOG and the Discord game store for $9.99 (USD) and includes all the gory goodness of the original and its expansion packs – Cryptic Passage and the Plasma Pak – enhanced by an all-new engine, netcode, and split-screen mode.
“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.”
Originally released in 1997, Blood is a First-Person Shooter that helped redefine the genre and introduced many elements now accepted as commonplace. In the original and the updated Blood: Fresh Supply, players jump into the boots of undead gunslinger Caleb as he seeks revenge against the dark god Chernobog. Caleb’s arsenal features a mix of standard and occult weaponry, which he uses to devastating and gore-filled effect. In the game, players visit a terrifying world populated by hordes of bloodthirsty fiends – including cultists, gargoyles, zombies, hellhounds, and an unholy host of other terrors.
Watch the Blood: Fresh Supply launch trailer below.