The Invincible based on Stanislav Lem’s novel “Invincible” postponed to 2022
In September last year, Polish studio Starward Industries, founded by natives of CD Projekt RED and Techland, announced The Invincible, a sci-fi thriller set in a retro-futuristic setting based on the novel Invincible by Stanislaw Lem. The game was originally planned to be released in 2021, but now the release has been shifted to 2022. The developers have increased the production budget and are preparing to expand the amount of content.
The Polish resource Stockwatch shared the relevant information with a link to an official document. It says: “The Krakow-based Starward Industries board announces that today it has decided to change The Invincible’s production schedule. It was originally planned to launch the game in 2021. The new deadline for The Invincible is 2022. The company’s board decided to increase the production budget to expand the game content while maintaining the highest quality of the product and increasing the marketing budget to reach a wider audience. Additional funds will expand the creative team, outsource some of the work, conduct more testing, increase the number of languages the game will be available and increase marketing costs. ”
Recall that the events of The Invincible unfold on the life-threatening planet Regis III. Users will take on the role of a scientist looking for missing comrades from a scientific expedition.
The Invincible will be released on PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and S.