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Klei Entertainment’s turn-based stealth title Invisible, Inc. (formerly Incognita) is coming to Steam Early Access August 19, studio founder Jamie Cheng announced on the company’s official forums.

According to Cheng, upgrades from the $20 Alpha Invisible, Inc. previously existed in include a mission map so that players can choose their own locations, an “Infinite mode” in place of a traditional “end game” wherein players must survive as long as they can “in the unforgiving world of corporate espionage,” new mainframe abilities, and a “huge amount of gameplay and visual improvements—too many to list in one go.” Cheng does, however, specifically mention dragging bodies, improved line of sight and cover visualization, and a improved HUD.

Much like its alpha state, the Early Access beta build of Invisible, Inc. will cost $20. The full game is expected to launch by year’s end on Windows PC. No other systems have been announced, but they haven’t been ruled out, either.

Invisible, Inc. sneaking onto Steam Early Access August 19

By | 08/1/2014 12:30 PM PT

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Klei Entertainment’s turn-based stealth title Invisible, Inc. (formerly Incognita) is coming to Steam Early Access August 19, studio founder Jamie Cheng announced on the company’s official forums.

According to Cheng, upgrades from the $20 Alpha Invisible, Inc. previously existed in include a mission map so that players can choose their own locations, an “Infinite mode” in place of a traditional “end game” wherein players must survive as long as they can “in the unforgiving world of corporate espionage,” new mainframe abilities, and a “huge amount of gameplay and visual improvements—too many to list in one go.” Cheng does, however, specifically mention dragging bodies, improved line of sight and cover visualization, and a improved HUD.

Much like its alpha state, the Early Access beta build of Invisible, Inc. will cost $20. The full game is expected to launch by year’s end on Windows PC. No other systems have been announced, but they haven’t been ruled out, either.

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