First Co-Op Mission Released for Interstellar Marines

Early Access Sci-Fi FPS Interstellar Marines received an important update today with the release of its first Co-Op mission: The NeuroGen Incident. The player and up to three friends can join together in what is described as a pivotal event in the storyline of Interstellar Marines, helping to set the scene for the upcoming single player and Co-Op campaigns.

“We promised our players tactical cooperative gameplay, and this is our first step towards fully delivering on that promise. The team has been laser-focused on delivering an exceptional update that meets the highest expectations of the Interstellar Marines community” said Kim Haar Jørgensen, Creative Director of Interstellar Marines.

The Neurogen Incident is six times the size of the largest existing Interstellar Marines map and is apparently pushing what the Unity 4 engine that powers it can achieve.

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“We’ve been pushing at Unity’s boundaries with the size and complexity of this mission. I don’t think we knew what Unity was capable of until we tested its limits and The NeuroGen Incident is the amazing result” said Jørgensen.

I took a look at Interstellar Marines a short while ago (which you can read here). I said that it was a game that needed some fleshing out, so I am happy to see the game get an update that introduces a new mode.

Interstellar Marines is currently on a special 25% discount which is set to end in the next 24 hours. If you like what you see, head over to Steam and pick it up while it’s cheap.

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GS Blogger: Casey Douglass

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