Terra Invicta game demo is live and it works on Linux via Proton and Windows PC. All due to the effort and strategy of developer Pavonis Interactive. Due to make its way onto both Steam and GOG this year.
A demo for grand strategy title Terra Invicta is now live on Steam. Doing so as part of June’s Steam Next Fest. And it’s also very playable on Linux via Proton 7.0-3 and it plays well. Although, a native Linux build is still in testing (SteamDB) since it is a Unity 3D game. With only a minor couple of cutscene parts that do not work. Otherwise, Linux gamers will want to explore Terra Invicta, which is rather deep for a single-player game.
As the first public demo, the game will be live until June 20th. Which also includes the start of the main alien invasion scenario. Due to spans several years of gameplay from the crash-landing of an UFO on Earth. And also the start of the search for possible alien activity all the way to humanity’s first foray into space. The demo even includes a reduced version of the skirmish mode. While allowing players to jump straight into tactical battles in order to try out the game’s fleet combat systems.
Terra Invicta Space Strategy Trailer
Terra Invicta is the first game from the creators of XCOM’s Long War mods. It also involves an alien invasion that has fractured humanity into seven ideological factions. The player will lead their chosen faction to take control of Earth’s nations. Then expand across the Solar System and battle enemy fleets in tactical combat.
Terra Invicta can be Wishlisted on both Steam and GOG right now. The final dev diary on space combat can be found here. Hopefully with successful Linux testing, a day one release with Windows PC. Due to release later in 2022.