Invisible, Inc. News

Invisible, Inc. is now available on iPad

UPDATE: Contingency Plan DLC is part of the plan, but not included yet.

UPDATE 06/10/2016 11.50pm: When asked if Invisible, Inc's Contingency Plan DLC is available for iPad, the developer offered Eurogamer the following statement:

Invisible, Inc. is brilliant, and free on Steam this weekend

Plus Don't Starve, Mark of the Ninja, all Klei's other games.

As if there wasn't enough gaming to do this weekend - Fallout 4, Rise of the Tomb Raider, StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void, Star Wars Battlefront on EA Access, all those Xbox 360 classics hitting Xbox One backwards compatibility (I'm downloading Pac-Man: Championship Edition and Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes, officially two of the greatest games ever made, as I type) - talented Vancouver indie Klei is celebrating its 10th anniversary by making its entire catalogue free on Steam for the weekend.

Hide your purse, Steam is having a stealth-game sale

Eldritch 99p! Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon 3! Monaco 1.86!

I wonder: do you end up saving money in sales or spending more because things are on sale? Regardless, Steam is having a sale, a stealth-game sale, which lasts until Friday, 16th October, 6pm BST.

Invisible, Inc spies May release date

Invisible, Inc spies May release date

PS4 version announced.

Invisible, Inc, the upcoming turn-based stealth adventure from Don't Starve and Mark of the Ninja developer Klei Entertainment, will officially launch for PC, Mac and Linux via Steam on 12th May.

The bad news is that it's been removed from Steam Early Access during its last four weeks in development. "We want everyone to experience the game in its fully realised version when it launches," the developer explained in its announcement on Steam. "If you already own the Early Access version, you can of course continue playing the development build."

It sounds like Klei is adding quite a lot of content since the Early Access edition, as the full game will feature "new agents, programs, augments, game modes, and more."

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