Incognita alpha launched by Klei, comes with $17 pre-order, two copies of the game

By Ewan Miller, Tuesday, 10 September 2013 23:32 GMT

Klei have launched the paid alpha to their turned based espionage strategy game Incognita, which marks a fair departure from their previous games like Mark of the Ninja and Don’t Starve. The alpha build contains a single, albeit “randomly generated” level with a few agents and almost none of the final game’s progression systems. Check out the alpha’s trailer after the cut.

Update: Only one of the copies of the game includes an alpha code, the other will be presented upon release.

Klei are currently offering no way to just buy a single copy of the game, you have to buy a two pack. It’s $17 for two copies of the game and $20 for those two copies plus the digital soundtrack on launch day. Both prices are 15% off.

Technical Designer James Lantz posted on Klei’s forum that “The current Alpha build has most of our core tactical and strategic systems, as well as our engine, UI, procedural generation and so on, but is missing some major progression systems and missing most of our content, which will be developed as we get further along in the process”. He promised to share the teams internal timeline for content production as soon as possible.

He also released the game’s reccomended specs, which are pretty low key but I’ll throw them in here in case you’ve got an older laptop.
Processor: PentiumĀ® Dual-Core CPU 2.60GHz (2 CPUs)
Memory: 2G RAM
Card Name: Intel HD Graphics 4000

Thanks Destructoid.

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