Mark of The Ninja: Remastered Launches October 9th
Mark of the Ninja: Remastered releases on October 9th on PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Steam. The game has been updated into 4K resolution with a full audio remaster. Enjoy all of the content from this critically acclaimed game and the additional “Special Edition” DLC content in one experience.
The original in-game art was compressed to 720p, despite the source material being originally drawn at a much higher resolution. In the remaster we’ve re-exported everything in high definition up to full 4K resolution.
INCLUDES SPECIAL EDITION DLC
Adds Dosan's tale. Play as a young Dosan, get new unique items, an additional story level and unlocked developer commentary nodes throughout the original game.
CHARACTER & BACKGROUND ENHANCEMENTS
Characters have been re-exported from the original vector graphics and all backgrounds have dramatically increased resolution. The remastered visuals allow for never before seen detail and overall reduced banding and other artifacts, even when playing on standard 1080p monitors and devices.
All scenes exported at 4K resolution, polished and most scenes have been reanimated for additional detail.
All new 5.1 surround mix for the entire game. In-game audio uses new high-quality compression and the cinematic audio is completely redone to improve both fidelity and quality.
Special Deal for Existing Owners!
Mark of the Ninja: Remastered will be available for $19.99 on PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Steam. Players who purchased the original game on Xbox 360 and Steam will receive a special thank you offer. If you own the original Mark of the Ninja, you can upgrade to the new Remastered version for $4.99. Incidentally, that was the cost of the original game's “Special Edition” DLC!
If you already own the original game and DLC you will receive Mark of the Ninja: Remastered for FREE!
Please note that the upgrade paths are restricted within a particular platform ecosystem. Existing Steam players may upgrade on Steam, and existing Xbox 360 players may upgrade to the new Xbox One versions.