Dec 17, 2017 Last Updated 11:30 PM, Dec 15, 2017

Bad Seed to Launch Open Beta INSIDIA This Summer

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Bad Seed announces multiplayer post-apocalyptic turn-based INSIDIA to launch Open Beta on Steam this summer. 

INSIDIA is a tactical game, where players control a band of four champions in hectic turn-based online PvP battles. Build a team from a colorful roster of wild characters, including punks, mutated wizards and steampunk knights, each with their own unique set of abilities and skills, and then duel it out in thrilling 15-minute matches.

With an easy to learn, but hard to master learning curve, INSIDIA players must assemble a powerful team of champions and lead them to victory or defeat, in bite sized 15-minute battles”, said Jacopo Musso, CEO of Bad Seed. “We are excited to announce that INSIDIA will launch on Steam Early Access this summer, and we’ll be updating the game with regular patches and new champions as we move into a full commercial launch in late 2017”.

More about INSIDIA

INSIDIA puts to the test strategy skills as players face off with opponents in online PvP matches to dominate and counter their moves within the game map. Choose a team of four powerful champions and develop their skills in fights to secure critical objects. Once a base is vulnerable, a hero can sabotage it to achieve victory through a spectacular explosion and gain outright victory. 

Carefully thought-out moves and a well-chosen team with the right abilities is essential to become victorious. Different strategies must be brought into play in Tactical Mode, where opponents plan their strategies simultaneously in a timed match, and Resolution Mode, where they execute strategies one after another, reacting to the opponent's moves. 

INSIDIA will ultimately provide players with 12 different champions to choose from and aims to launch with 36 different skins and multiple maps. The Early Access launch will initially offer six champions with a further two to be unlocked during the first phase of release.

To find out more about INSIDIA please visit: https://insidiagame.com

Like Bad Seed on Facebook: Facebook.com/insidiagame

Follow Bad Seed on Twitter: @InsidiaGame

About Bad Seed, Straight from the Devs

Bad Seed is an up-and-coming game development studio with the executive team of former Ubisoft developers focused on core gaming experiences. Delivering engaging games that are exciting for both players and spectators alike, Bad Seed designs products to be a gathering point for a growing community. Driven by passion, they breathe new life into the strategy games genre by combining eSports grade competitive gameplay and a committed community that has the power to influence the course of future development. https://www.badseed.it

 

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