Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones is finally making its way to other platforms this year meaning those who don’t have a WiiU can finally enjoy it. PlayStation and PC owners will see the game arrive on April 7th while Xbox will get an April 10th release. What’s interesting here though is that for a limited time, the Humble Store will be the only place you can buy Stealth Inc 2 on PC. This will be a DRM free build of the game along with a STEAM key version at no extra cost. It even includes an extended version of the soundtrack.
- Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones is out on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 3/4/Vita on April 7th (PC, SCEA), April 8th (SCEE) and April 10th (Xbox)
- The PC version will release exclusively on the Humble store for a limited time. Anyone who buys the Humble version will have access to a DRM free build of the game and will also receive a Steam key as soon as they are available for no extra cost.
- The Humble version of Stealth Inc 2 comes with the main game and an extended copy of the awesome soundtrack, previously only available on Bandcamp.
- Stealth Inc 2 is available to pre-order via the Humble Store right now at a 15% discount, and comes with free copy of the original game.
LONDON, UK – 15.03.2015 – Curve Digital’s puzzle platformer, Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones, will be heading to the PC today with an exclusive Humble Deluxe Edition featuring the main game, an extended soundtrack and, for players who pre-order the game before its launch on April 7th, a free copy of the original Stealth Bastard.
Stealth Inc 2 will be available exclusively on the Humble Store until May 7th, when the game will also launch on other digital distribution services. The game is available to pre-order now with a 15% discount and a free copy of the original.
Anyone purchasing the Humble Deluxe Edition of the game will receive both a DRM-free version on launch and a Steam key as soon as they are available.
Curve Digital Managing Director Jason Perkins said: “We’re excited to be working with Humble to bring the Stealth series back to the PC for the first time in two years. Humble’s attitude towards indies and customers makes them the obvious choice to handle the launch of one of our biggest titles, while fans benefit from Humble’s ability to quickly distribute our digital extras, a full soundtrack and a free copy of the original game.”