1994 Star Wars: Tie Fighter Fan Remake Is Out After Ten Years Of Work

TIE Fighter Total Conversion has been released. It is a fan-made remake of Star Wars: TIE Fighter, a game that originally appeared in 1994. The remake has new graphics, improved gameplay and even VR support.

TIE Fighter Total Conversion was created based on the X-Wing Alliance Upgrade project. That is, it is not the original 1994 game that forms the basis of the remake, but its successor, 1999’s Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance. TIE Fighter has been fully recreated in that newer engine and has therefore received gameplay improvements in addition to a graphical upgrade. .

The entire campaign and all missions of TIE Fighter have been recreated in the remake. In addition, TFTC includes a modified campaign, with bigger battles. This consists of 37 missions in total. The soundtrack has been revamped, but the original midi soundtrack is also present. Since the remake runs in X-Wing Alliance, there is also VR support. It was already added to that game with the Upgrade project.

A copy of X-Wing Alliance is required to play TIE Fighter Total Conversion. The game is available on Steam and GOG. Also, the X-Wing Alliance Upgrade mod must be installed, after which TFTC can be added. The makers of the fan remake say they have been working on it for ten years.

TIE Fighter Total Conversion