Infinium Strike Gets First DLC in 2017

Strategy-action game Infinium Strike will receive its first batch of DLC in mid 2017, developer Codex Worlds has announced.

Titled Broken Overlord, the add-on includes a new, four-mission campaign, in which players fight for humanity’s survival and the liberation of the Bubba: an alien race that has become enslaved by the antagonistic Wrog. Luckily, you won’t have to do it alone, as the new Freedom Void Spaceship interrupts the Bubbas’ mind-control devices, allowing them to be rescued.

Broken Overlord will additionally see the addition of Nuke Avengers – a hulking battleship with the ability to fire nuclear missiles. Nuke Avengers can be used to close Wrog portals, as well as Bertha Thiefs: an invisible enemy ship that steals the items of unwary commanders.

There’s also a bunch of new themes and decals coming to the DLC, allowing players to deck out their ship according to their own intergalactic tastes.

Infinium Strike sees players commanding the weapons unit of a gigantic battlecruiser, controlling fighter ship squadrons, auto-turrets and revolutionary SuperTech abilities to fend off the innumerable beasts of space. The game released officially on Steam last month.

“With new ships and mission objectives, Broken Overlord amplifies the depth of strategy necessary to survive Infinium Strike‘s battle for survival,” said Dexter Chow, creative director, Codex Worlds in a press release. “We’re eager to see how the community will utilize Infinium Strike‘s new ships to manage the Wrog’s nearly-overwhelming threat to our super battleship.”

Broken Overlord is expected to release in 2017 for the PC. For more information, you can check out the game’s official website here, or follow it via Twitter.

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