The Invincible invites you on an interactive journey. In addition, brand new screenshots of the retro future thriller game have been published.
Starward Industries, developer of the highly anticipated retro-future thriller The Invincible for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, invites players to the new today Landing Page of the game on an interactive, intergalactic journey to celebrate the 100th birthday of science fiction writer Stanisław Lem and begin a journey into the unknown.
Each station on the ship’s mission will mark some of humanity’s most important milestones in the history of space exploration, as well as providing insights into Lem’s stories and works, so players can discover more with every click and scroll as the ship explores the outer solar system and beyond. traverses previously inaccessible places. Maybe even in places that are forbidden for us humans.
Players are encouraged to keep a close eye on the countdown clock and the ship’s voyage, where the real world and the game world of The Invincible will collide. Today’s point of the journey is represented by the star of LEM, around the beginning of the year of Lem on his 100th.
Inspired by the works of the best-selling science fiction, The Invincible story is a single-player sci-fi thriller set in a retro future. The game throws players onto a distant planet, Regis III, which is completely atom-punk aesthetic. While the technology in the gaming universe has advanced enough to allow seamless exploration of space, the equipment remains analog as the digital revolution has not yet happened.
To kick off the celebrations for Lem’s birthday and Lem year, Starward Industries is currently exhibiting at Megabit Bomb, the festival of the future in Krakow. Take a look at the press kit below and keep an eye on Starward Industries’ social channels for more insights into the event.