The Invincible Now Available

Based on Stanisław Lem’s novel, 11 bit studios and Starward Industries’ The Invincible is now available for PC and consoles.

Following the story of astrobiologist Yasna, players will be transported to the explored planet of Regis III. However, things quickly go awry as players must seek out their lost crewmates amidst dangerous conditions.

Featuring an atompunk atmosphere and eerie landscapes, players must make use of analog tools like telemeters, trackers, and one’s signature Astrogator as they traverse realistic conditions in this first-person adventure.

Learn more with the launch trailer for The Invincible below, featuring accolades from a number of different video game outlets:

The Invincible | Launch Trailer 4K

The Invincible is available for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam, Epic Games Store, and GOG. The title is also compatible and verified with the Steam Deck. A Discord server for The Invincible is also available.

For those looking to learn more, be sure to check out our coverage of The Invincible demo released earlier this year, where we said “we’re eager to fully immerse ourselves in the full release of The Invincible and lead her [the protagonist Yesna] on her journey home.”

Source: Press Release
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