AquaNox goes gold, demo released
The North American version of Fishtank's sci-fi underwater action game is complete, and the company releases a playable demo of the game.
Fishtank Interactive has announced the completion of the North American version of AquaNox, its sci-fi submarine game, and the company has released a new playable demo of the game. The 60MB demo includes one of the game's 34 missions, and it can be downloaded from our
AquaNox takes place in the future after a global nuclear war has forced all the survivors to settle underwater. During a period of political unrest, a huge underwater landslide opens a series of caverns and frees a group of ancient gods that had been imprisoned for aeons. Players assume the role of "Dead Eye" Flint, a submarine pilot who must battle both human and monster enemies in his quest to save human civilization.
AquaNox was created by Massive Development, and it will ship to stores on November 15 with an approximate retail price of $39.99. For more information, take a look at our in-depth preview of the game and download the
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