Blood: Fresh Supply screenshot of Caleb with a stick of dynamite

Out of all the "Build engine" games I've played, and this includes classics like Duke Nukem 3D and Shadow Warrior, the original Blood has always been my favorite. It had a rock solid atmosphere, one of the best oldschool shotguns, a nice variety of enemies, plenty of dynamite to throw around, as well as a deviously challenging difficulty that resulted in my younger self being glued to the screen for days on end.

With that in mind, I hope you can realize just how happy I am to announce that Blood: Fresh Supply, a remastered version of the original horror FPS, has now made its way to PC. Here's what it looks like in action:

The remastered version brings with it support for modern resolutions and the ability to play with an unlocked framerate, extended modding support (including support for already existing mods), as well as Antialiasing, Ambient Occlusion, V-sync and Interpolation support. There's also the ability to fully costomize your keybinds, support for controllers, as well as a freshly reworked online and local multiplayer mode to mess around with.

I haven't tried it myself so I can't comment on the quality of the remaster, but the list of features does seem to be pretty extensive for such an old game. That said, I have noticed some complaints about the gameplay feeling slightly off when compared to the original, so if you do decide to grab yourself a copy, make sure to do a bit of research beforehand.

You can learn more about Blood: Fresh Supply, as well as potentially grab yourself a copy, by hopping over to either Steam or GOG. Caleb lives again!