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Bio Inc.: Redemption

Platform(s): Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X
Genre: Simulation

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'Bio Inc.: Redemption' Comes To Nintendo Switch, PlayStation And Xbox - Trailer

by Rainier on Sept. 29, 2023 @ 12:36 a.m. PDT

Bio Inc.: Redemption is a biomedical simulator in which you make life or death decisions. Create the ultimate illness to torment your victim or play as the head of a medical team and hopefully find a cure to save your patient.

In Bio Inc: Redemption, doctors systematically infect healthy individuals with inconvenient to crippling diseases in the game’s death campaign or work tirelessly to save their patients in the life campaign.

Separate campaigns for life and death give practitioners the choice to save patients or sentence them to a miserable demise. Infect patients with diseases in the death campaign, treating them as human petri dishes for dastardly experiments, or diagnose symptoms in search of the root cause of infirmities to restore the ill to good health in the life campaign.

Twenty-four challenging medical cases feature more than 600 real diseases, symptoms, diagnostic tests, treatments, and other conditions. The unprotected sex roulette wheel turns "spin to win" on its head, with the prize being one randomly selected STD to inflict on the patient.

Have fun at the expense of some of the most recognizable people around the world with Easter Egg patients such as Kim Jong Un, Hillary Clinton, Hitler, Jesus, and more. Want to make America great again and get rid of President Trump? Put him into a campaign as a patient and decide his in-game fate!

Klabater is thrilled to announce a porting agreement with Canadian developer DryGin Studios for their realistic simulation sim, Bio Inc.: Redemption.

Initially launched on March 8, 2018, Bio Inc. Redemption is coming soon to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4/5, and Nintendo Switch.

The unprotected sex roulette returns from Bio Inc., the first and only other entry in the franchise enjoyed by more than 15 million, allowing doctors to toss their patients into the hands of fate by spinning a wheel. What STD will they contract?

A new sandbox mode allows players to create and edit stages and scenarios, providing them with the tools used by the developers. The ability to save and share scenarios will be introduced through Steam Workshop in a future update, but DryGin wants to give doctors the chance to design their own challenges with theBio Inc: Redemption engine now.

Key Features:

  • Choose your side  - Choose Life and land you heroically play has a medical diagnostician to identify and cure diseases or choose Death and explore your dark side by wrathfully terminating victims.
  • Building deep strategies - The mechanics of Bio Inc.: Redemption are simple to grasp yet extremely deep. Including over 600 actual diseases, symptoms, diagnostic tests, treatments, and other medical conditions, Bio Inc.: Redemption is frighteningly realistic.
  • 18 Diversified challenging cases - Each case comes with its unique twists and specific objectives, gradually building your skills and expanding your toolset to evermore demanding intricate scenarios.
  • Multiplayer - Pick a side, battle against other players online in real-time and build your way up the ladder.
  • Unforgiving, wicked and strangely compelling - Whether you wish to cure an innocent patient's sickness or torment a poor soul through an unlikely disease combination, the Bio Inc. universe will not leave you cold. Deviously realistic, even educative, balanced with a good amount of humor, the Bio Inc.: Redemption experience will take you on one heck of a thrill ride.

Currently available for PC (Steam), Bio Inc. Redemption is coming to Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.

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