Rise of the Triad’s level editor will contain assets from the original 1995 classic

Rise of the Triad

By on July 15, 2013 at 1:05 pm

Interceptor have revealed that you’ll be able to use the level editor in the upcoming Rise of the Triad reboot to faithfully recreate from the 1995 version of the game.

The editor, which will ship after the game itself launches, will have all the textures and objects not only from Rise of the Triad but also some from Return of the Triad as well as unreleased textures which were included on the discs but never made it into the game.

Take a look at the level editor in action below. Rise of the Triad launches on August 1 — you can pre-order it from Green Man Gaming with the code GMG20-F202F-UI40F to bring it down to $12.

Source: VG247

4 comments (Leave your own)
Lord_PorkSword

Unreal Editor hey..hmmm my interest in this remake just kicked in another notch!

 

Dammit GMG won’t let me buy it for some reason. Tried different payment methods and it still comes up telling me it can’t process it… :(

 

vcatkiller:
Dammit GMG won’t let me buy it for some reason.Tried different payment methods and it still comes up telling me it can’t process it… :(

I have that every now and then with GMG, just fails over and over when attempting to pay.

Maybe a mate or GONer can do it for you?

 

It’s ok I managed to get it to work in the end. Funny thing is I got home, tried it and it played up, checked my emails while it was going through its processing thing and lo and behold there it was.

So yeah, got ROTT in my games list waiting for release date now. Thanks anyways. :)

 
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