ChAIR Entertainment announced at the 2015 Game Awards they’re bringing their critically acclaimed side-scrolling action game, Shadow Complex, to current gen.

Originally released in 2009, Shadow Complex was an Xbox Live Arcade exclusive for the Xbox 360 that put players in the shoes of Jason Flemming. While camping with his new girlfriend, Jason accidentally discovers a secret military installation in the mountains and must uncover the reason for the base’s existence while saving his would be bae.

Shadow Complex was written by acclaimed comic book writer Peter David, and runs parallel to the events in Orson Scott Card’s novel, Empire, before the two stories dovetail into the events of the book, Hidden Empire. Whether the sudden return of Shadow Complex to the gaming realm signifies a possible new entry into this series coming down the line, either in gaming or novel form, is yet to be seen.

Shadow Complex Remastered will tout improved graphics, new melee takedowns for Jason, and a whole new batch of achievements and trophies, all wrapped in a classic metroidvania that will have Jason explore, backtrack, and upgrade himself via the mysterious military installation’s various armaments.

ChAIR has also revealed that Shadow Complex Remastered is not a Microsoft exclusive and will be available for PS4 and PC along with the Xbox One.

“Bringing Shadow Complex to a larger audience of gamers across multiple platforms has always been one of our goals at ChAIR,” said Donald Mustard, co-founder and Creative Director at ChAIR. “We’re super excited to introduce a remastered version to fans, old and new, and for the opportunity it creates for us to do more in the Shadow Complex universe.”

In addition to this, the PC version of the game will be available for free from now until December 31, 2015, via, and coming to the other consoles sometime in 2016.