The much-anticipated game "Invincible Presents: Atom Eve", combining the elements of a role-playing game and a visual novel, is poised for release next week. Inspired by the widely acclaimed comic book and the beloved animated show, the game is set to launch at no cost for individuals subscribed to Amazon Prime.
Slated for a November 14 release on PC through well-known platforms like Steam and the Epic Games Store, the game will make its debut with a price tag of £9.99 in the UK, accompanied by a celebratory 20% discount at launch. However, details regarding pricing for other regions are still pending.
In what seems to be a thrilling week for 'Invincible' enthusiasts, from the release date until November 21, "Invincible Presents: Atom Eve" will be obtainable without charge via Prime Gaming. Those interested can secure their copy on the Epic Games Store during this window, ensuring it becomes a permanent addition to their gaming collection, mirroring the experience of an outright purchase.
Prime Gaming serves as an exclusive perk for subscribers of Amazon Prime, which is also the streaming home for the "Invincible" animated series. This service has a history of doling out complimentary games, and its current roster features notable titles like "Rage 2: Deluxe Edition" and "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic."
The gameplay in "Invincible Presents: Atom Eve" is primarily structured around the visual novel genre, wherein players engage with a graphic narrative, steering the storyline with their choices. Additionally, it incorporates turn-based battles, characteristic of RPGs. Despite the combat being somewhat simplistic, as noted in our preview, the narrative's depth and striking artwork are expected to deliver an engrossing experience for fans of the series.