Clandestine Early Access

Steam early access is now underway for Clandestine, Logic Artists' asymmetrical co-op shooter set in the 90s, where any self-respecting infiltration involved an operative assisted by a hacker with access to the target's computer systems. They say early access customers will be rewarded with a free copy of the game's first DLC, and they also offer a discount on two-packs. It also bears noting that the game's minimum specs are generally modest, but do call for 4GB of RAM. "We’re so excited to launch Clandestine on Early Access so that we can start gathering player feedback and incorporate that into the final version of the game," said Jonas Wæver, creative director at Logic Artists. "We know that players will enjoy this unique asymmetrical cooperative gameplay and look forward to hearing what they think!" They also reassure early access customers that they will not have the game's story spoiled for them:
With Clandestine launching on Early Access, developers guarantee a spoiler FREE version, meaning that players have access to four Challenge maps to experience the core mechanics of the game without giving away Clandestine’s intricate plot through the Story mode which will be available in the full launch version. In addition to the Challenge maps, Logic Artists has introduced three playable game modes, including Cleaner, Smash & Grab and Exfiltrate.

The ‘Spy’ and ‘Hacker’ characters, central to the theme and gameplay, also each have unique features and abilities that must be used together harmoniously in order to achieve success. The Spy has a selection of weapons to equip, including three pistols (PPK, SR1, MK23), two ammo types (Lethal, Non-lethal), gadgets and grenades (Banshee, Remote Pager, Remote Modem, Fragmentation Grenade, Flashbang) and two outfits (Tactical Gear, Low Profile - civilian outfit), as well as a lock-picking option to help infiltrate secure areas without calling attention to themselves. The ‘Hacker’ player in Clandestine holds the important role of blocking security cameras, bribing guards, hacking security doors, arranging dead drops of ammo and health, guiding the Spy through intricate mazes, alerting the Spy to nearby danger and generally providing instructions about what is going on outside of the Spy’s visual field. For the Early Access launch, Logic Artists has also included the ability for the Hacker to tag enemies so that they are visible to the Spy, even through walls.
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I dunno why, I read this and immediately thought of that old Trilobyte game Clandestiny.
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This looks very interesting indeed. Will have to see how the game progresses out to release before I seriously consider buying it, though.
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I'm getting a real Alias / Dark Angel vibe from this co-op pitch and I think it could be freaking awesome.. even if the graphics are from the 90's too
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