Invisible, Inc.

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 4
Genre: Strategy
Developer: Klei Entertainment
Release Date: May 12, 2015

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'Invisible, Inc' Coming to Steam Early Access - Screens

by Rainier on Aug. 1, 2014 @ 9:26 a.m. PDT

Invisible, Inc is a turn-based tactical espionage game built in an isometric 3D perspective where you control a squad of up to four units, with highly complex roles and abilities, as they spy, hunt and hack for treasure on the map while also attempting to complete other objectives dependent on the mission.

Do you ever wonder what life would be like, if instead of blowing up aliens on a forsaken planet you instead connected and worked together with a with a team of highly skilled professionals to break into a super secret base with highly advanced tracking and discovery technology to steal all the intel you can get its hands on?

Keep in mind that there might be some annoying and pesky guards around the corner, super laser beams blocking your way, highly intelligent AI, Big Brother on Overwatch, and locked doors between you and your target. So put together a plan, and some careful movement and deceptive trickery, and you just might be able to survive and escape with your trophy in tow.


Klei Entertainment announced that on Tuesday, August 19th it is bringing its procedural turn-based stealth game Invisible, Inc. to Steam Early-Access for $15.99 (20% off $19.99) for the duration of early access.

Steam Early-Access Features:

  • Campaign Mission Map: Early-access will feature a more robust campaign mode and allow players to pick which missions to take on. Choose wisely. Each mission can provide unique benefits, or be your last.
  • Deeper Mainframe Experience: Infiltrate corporate networks by mastering your hacking abilities, augmentations and malicious programs.
  • Enhanced Stealth Gameplay: Sneak, steal, or hack to complete your mission. Early-access ads improved interface, refined skills, and new mechanics (like dragging bodies).

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