Ritual Entertainment and Nightdive Studios have officially revealed their title, SiN, is making its way back to digital platforms. Steam user Klumb3r's 'Removed' thread was the first one spotting SiN's omission from the store itself. However, this wasn't what sparked controversy, as players started reporting the game and its multiplayer counterpart were removed from their libraries without any prior warning.
The studio announced earlier this month explaining why it was removed, as the development team wanted to change some of the title's Steam AppIDs and basically give SiN a proper facelift. Since then, the studio went a little quiet and didn't provide a timeline as to when exactly to expect its return.
Well, we are finally there. SiN: Gold has appeared back in people's libraries and on Steam and GOG. The new edition of the title features multiple changes and improvements to the original. Players now get to enjoy Wages of Sin expansion pack, Steam master server support, 16:9 resolution support and remove IPX networking. These are just the tip of the iceberg, as the studio fixed multiple issues with the game's AI behavior, tweaked and balanced enemies, and significant performance optimization. Multiplayer got its fair share of updates as well.
SiN: Gold is currently available for all previous SiN owners before its removal from digital stores. As for those interested in purchasing and trying out the title for the first time, it is priced at $8.99. Make sure to check out the trailer below for more information on all the changes the development team brought to SiN: Gold.
Are you going to give SiN: Gold a shot now that it is back to Steam and GOG? What are you most looking forward to trying out in the new edition of the game? Let us know in the comments section below.