The remastered version of the games will include access to the multiplayer beta.
The first footage for Gearbox Software's remastering of Homeworld has been released, and boy does it look great.
The video further down the page shows the Homeworld Remastered Collection gameplay footage for the first time. The game will include both Homeworld and Homeworld 2, along with the original versions of both games.
Gearbox Software bought the Homeworld IP for $1.3 million when, the now bankrupt developer, THQ auctioned off their IPs back in April 2013.
Homeworld Remastered Collection is priced at £26.99 over on Steam, but if you pre-order you get a 15% discount, dropping the price to £22.94. Buying the game will bag you free access to the Homeworld Remastered Steam multiplayer beta too.
Homeworld Remastered Collection is due for release on 25th February 2015. Check out the first trailer for the game below.
Some new screenshots of the remastered and classic versions of the game are below.
A new entry in the Homeworld series, called Homeworld Shipbreakers, is also being worked on by Gearbox and Blackbird Interactive, a development studio founded by Rob Cunningham and Aaron Kambeitz, whom both worked on the original game.