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News video games 29 October 2023, 06:41

11 bit Returns With Demos of 2 Interesting Games To be Released This Year

The demo versions of The Thaumaturge and The Invincible have become available again. This means the players can test two interesting game that 11 bit studios plans to release later this year.

Source: 11 bit studios.

11 bit studios has decided to remind people about the upcoming games it will release this year - the Polish company once again shared demos of The Thaumaturge and The Invincible. Both demos will be available until November 3.

As a reminder, the first of the mentioned game, the work of Fool's Theory, is an isometric RPG with a turn-based combat system. The Thaumaturge will take us to Warsaw from the early 20th century, where historical realities will mix with paranormal plots. The PC release is scheduled for December 5, users of 9th-generation consoles will get their hands on it next year.

In turn The Invincible is an adaptation of the novel The Invincible by Stanislaw Lem from Starward Industries. Arousing considerable interest among the players, the adventure game will enable us to explore the planet Regis III and discover the mystery of a lost spaceship. The whole game will feature a retrofuturistic atmosphere. The Invincible is scheduled to debut on November 6 on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series S/X platforms.

This is not the end of the interesting works planned for release by 11 bit studios. The following year should see the release of the games The Alters, Frostpunk 2 and the recently-announced Indika will introduce us to the fate of a young nun living in an alternate version of 19th-century Russia.

  1. The Thaumaturge - official website
  2. The Invincible - official website
  3. 11 bit studios - official website

Krzysztof Kaluzinski

Krzysztof Kaluzinski

At, works in the Newsroom. He is not afraid to tackle various topics, although he prefers news about independent productions in the style of Disco Elysium. In his childhood, he wrote fantasy stories, played a lot on Pegasus, and then on a computer. He turned his passion into a profession as an editor of a gaming portal run with a friend, as well as a copywriter and advisor in a console store. He doesn't care for remakes and long-running series. Since childhood, he wanted to write a novel, although he is definitely better at creating characters than plot. That's probably why he fell in love with RPGs (paper and virtual). He was raised in the 90s, to which he would gladly return. Loves Tarantino movies, thanks to Mad Max and the first Fallout he lost himself in post-apo, and Berserk convinced him to dark fantasy. Today he tries his hand at e-commerce and marketing, while also supporting the Newsroom on weekends, which allows him to continue cultivating old passions.