Invisible, Inc. Announced And Released On Nintendo Switch Today
The turn-based stealth game has infiltrated the Eshop.
Invisible, Inc., the turn-based stealth game about tactical espionage, is out today on Nintendo Switch, developer Klei announced in a tweet.
The Nintendo Switch edition includes the full game plus the Contingency Plan DLC for $20 USD. This edition also features adjusted text size to ensure readability whether you're playing docked or in handheld mode.
Continuing our news for the day, Invisible Inc Nintendo Switch Edition is available now!— Klei (@klei) June 15, 2020
Includes the original game + the Contingency Plan expansion DLC all in one!https://t.co/y1NaKTaY6X#InvisibleInc #NintendoSwitch pic.twitter.com/8KPw0l8Did
In GameSpot's Invisible, Inc. Console Edition review, Kevin VanOrd gave the game an 8/10, writing, "It's tense and challenging, yes, but Invisible Inc. is also simple, elegant, and always logical. It introduces new concepts in a slow drip, giving you plenty of time to work out the details. The titular spy agency is violently infiltrated, initiating a time-sensitive series of global heists and sneakabouts, each of which you control from an isometric perspective in the style of strategy games like XCOM."
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