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Post by Eorl @ 04:00pm 17/01/14 | 0 Comments
Initially revealed back in early July as a turn-based tactical espionage, developer Klei Entertainment - the team behind Don't Starve and Mark of the Ninja - has announced that their in-development title has been renamed to Invisible, Inc.

The announcement was made through the game's official forums, with the name being revised due to recent focus testing that found "Invisible, Inc. was better received than the old 'Incognita'," designer Jason Dreger wrote. "Our focus of the design does not change in that it will still be a game of turn-based tactical espionage."

It wasn't just the name change that was revealed today, with a new alpha gameplay trailer (below) showing an isometric view of the various levels players will have to traverse as they break into highly guarded locations to steal items.

Incognita Invisible, Inc is available for pre-order through the official website, with a 20% discount available to those jumping in early.













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