Turok Receives Workshop Support

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Published by Serio 1 year ago , last updated 9 months ago

Fans of dinosaur hunting rejoice! Classic dinosaur hunting FPS, Turok, is now available with full Steam workshop integration and a level editor to boot!

Originally released in 1997 on the Nintendo 64, Turok: Dinosaur Hunter saw a host of great reviews, praising both its controls and its (at the time) great visuals. Ultimately selling more than one and a quarter million copies, Turok managed to cement itself in the history of gaming as a unique entry.

The Turok series managed to  garner enough popularity to warrant numerous sequels, including a 2008 reboot. Unfortunately - in spite of greenlighting a sequel - the studio that handled the 2008 reboot eventually shut down before any further games could be released.

In 2015, the original Nintendo 64 release received a remaster for PC, and a Steam release. It probably flew under the radar for most, and was handled by Iguana Entertainment and Nightdive Studios. Supporting high and widescreen resolutions, OpenGL, and numerous other improvements, the re-release is very much your standard remaster.

But now, it has received a proper level editor as well as full Steam workshop integration. You can read more about the game on its Steam store page.

What do you think, dear readers? Is this an attempt to cash in on the legacy of one of gaming's popular FPS games, or is it a genuine attempt to please fans of the series?

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