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 those eager enough to help squash some bugs can enter into their early alpha access for Incognita.
Described as a turn-based tactical espionage, Klei co-founder Jamie Cheng revealed to Rock, Paper, Shotgun
that players will once again be offered a procedurally generated world where they will try to steal objects from the most secure places in the world. "It’s gonna be pretty raucous. It’s almost like we’re taking all the learnings from Don’t Starve and Mark of the Ninja, and making something new with it," Cheng revealed.
Currently the game's early access is only available to PC users and via their official website
, however those who do purchase the game will find a Steam key is attached for anyone who wishes to keep their games in a nice, tidy library. The game is priced at $16.99 USD which nets you immediate access to the alpha, all subsequent updates and an extra copy for a friend, while $19.99 USD also includes the soundtrack to bob your head to.
If all this sounds like it could be ticking your spy-filled agenda but you aren't quite sure what to expect then check out the new alpha teaser trailer below.