The Invincible Launched To Rave Reviews Globally; Ultrawide Support Planned

A melancholic hard sci-fi adventure awaits.

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  • The Invincible has finally launched on Steam and the rest of current-gen consoles. It has basked in critical reception by the players.
  • The game has been praised for its atmosphere, audio, and alluring portrayal of the hearty sci-fi world by Stanisław Lem.
  • The devs are also planning ultrawide support for resolutions up to 3840×1600. It already exists in the game but is not currently supported.

The Invincible has launched to an overwhelmingly positive reception on Steam and on other platforms, exceeding the expectations initially set by the community. The title is relatively clear of any major issues and bugs that could break immersion. The devs clarified that the game features 11 different endings to explore, adding a tinge of replayability to the comforting venture. Most of the review sites have showered the game with nearly top scores.

Additionally, Starward Industries has talked about an essential feature that will be added in the future to The Invincible. The support for ultrawide resolutions, like 3840×1600, will be added in the future in one of the later patches. However, no release window for it has been clarified so far. It is worth noting that the option already exists in the list of given screen resolutions but fails to work correctly, as reported by a user.

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In essence, The Invincible is a slow-walking simulator that makes you appreciate the beauty of the genre. Imagine gameplay like Death Stranding but wholesome. It is an adaptation of the 1964 novel by the same name but deviates in certain aspects. Expect to delve into mesmerizing visuals, a moody atmosphere, dreamy music, philosophical themes, and more.

It launched on November 6, 2023, for PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X. Unfortunately, no last-gen release is planned for the future. The platforms were likely ditched to ensure that a next-gen experience remains the central focus. Although, a VR version is slated to come out in the future. The title has mostly been praised, besides a few criticisms, including manual saves, crashes for a select few users, and the like.

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