Mark of the Ninja: Remastered has been announced and teased by Klei [Official Site], their rather good stealth game is going to get even better. Mark of the Ninja is actually a fantastic game overall, so this was quite a welcome surprise. Updated: See the bottom.

They're not giving out a lot of details just yet, but they did say this:

The critically acclaimed stealth platformer is back and slicker than ever. Mark of the Ninja: Remastered will feature fully redone 4K visuals for both gameplay and cutscenes along with enhanced audio and new particle effects. It will also include the Mark of the Ninja Special Edition expansion content and be released for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam.

We've reached out to clarify what they mean by "Steam" since that might mean it's Windows only, but with the original supporting Linux and Klei generally being great with Linux support it should hopefully have a Linux version. Will update you all when we get an answer.

Here's the teaser:

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Update—After reaching out to Klei about Linux support, here's what they said to us directly:

We intend on supporting Mac and Linux, it just may not launch at the exact same time as the PC version. Once we are further along with the new Remastered build we should have a better idea on Mac and Linux timelines. But we want to, and see no reason why it wouldn't be there too!

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Asu 5 years 28 Mar, 2018
so, where's my hamlet for don't starve?
hardpenguin 28 Mar, 2018
I'd rather see a sequel of this amazing title but this is good too :D
Shmerl 28 Mar, 2018
What about GOG? They released original game there.
Liam Dawe 28 Mar, 2018
From Klei to GOL:
QuoteWe intend on supporting Mac and Linux, it just may not launch at the exact same time as the PC version. Once we are further along with the new Remastered build we should have a better idea on Mac and Linux timelines. But we want to, and see no reason why it wouldn't be there too!
ageres 29 Mar, 2018
Quoting: rea987Remaster for a 2012 title, is that really necessary? How about much much older titles?
It was made for old and weak consoles with 1280x720 resolution. 4k means nine times better graphics.
fagnerln 29 Mar, 2018
This game is beautiful even today, this remaster is pointless. They should invest in a sequel or spin off
ageres 29 Mar, 2018
Quoting: GuestNope, it just means nine times better resolution.
Don't "fully redone 4K visuals and new particle effects" mean updated graphics?
Eike 29 Mar, 2018
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Quoting: ageres
Quoting: GuestNope, it just means nine times better resolution.
Don't "fully redone 4K visuals and new particle effects" mean updated graphics?

Sure, but "It was made for [...] 1280x720 resolution. 4k means nine times better graphics." is still nonsense. Graphics quality doesn't come in numbers, and if it would, it wouldn't be the number of pixels.
ageres 29 Mar, 2018
Why? Don't you see the difference in sprites quality between 2D games made for 720p and 1080p (like SteamWorld Dig)? Watch that teaser trailer in 480p/720p/1080p to compare.
Eike 29 Mar, 2018
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Quoting: ageresWhy? Don't you see the difference in sprites quality between 2D games made for 720p and 1080p (like SteamWorld Dig)? Watch that teaser trailer in 480p/720p/1080p to compare.

I didn't say resolution it making no difference (for most games).
But it doesn't equal graphics quality.

I'd understand "graphics quality" in a broader meaning of art, not pixel count.

If you don't want to follow me on this one, look at all those sliders in graphics options:
Probably none of them changes resolution. So none of them changes graphics quality either?

And for sure it cannot be counted, as in "nine times better graphics".
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