Kickstarter-funded strategy action hybrid Infinium Strike, a title developed by Codex Worlds, former members of Ubisoft will launch on Xbox One in Q2 2016 in addition to the previously announced PC, Mac and Linux releases.
PAX South attendees can preview the intergalactic battle space tactical defense game at booth 17088 and be the first to play new missions not included in the open beta. The open beta, which includes the tutorial and several campaign missions, is now available for Mac and Linux after releasing for Windows in November.
Codex Worlds listened to player feedback from the open beta and implemented a number of changes to game balance, mission design and interface. Alterations include over-hauling the controller system, tweaking the graphic effects and adding more feedback to players for destroyed weapons systems.
Set hundreds of years in the future, Infinium Strike takes place in the middle of an intergalactic war between humanity and the Wrog, a race of sentient alien ships that will stop at nothing until mankind is exterminated. For decades the Wrog have won battle after battle, and all hope appeared lost until the discovery of a powerful resource known as Infinium.
Built with the rare living-metal,almost entirely of Infinium, the battlecarrier Freedom Strike is mankind’s last chance to defeat the Wrog. As chief weapons officer of Freedom Strike, the player is given a wide selection of weapons systems, fleet ships and cutting edge technology designed to take down surrounding enemy forces.
Infinium Strike will include a Campaign Mode in which players rise through the ranks from a young soldier to Admiral in their battle against the Wrog; and an Endless ‘Deep Space’ Arcade Mode where players will fight off a relentless stream of Wrog invaders for as long as possible.
Dexter Chow, creative director, Codex Worlds said:
To download the open betadownload the Infinium Strike demo, visit HERE.