Stealth Bastard Deluxe, the pumped up version of the free-to-play espionage platformer has been priced and dated for Steam.
As reported by VG24/7 the game by Curve Studios will be an enhanced version adding new content such as 80 levels, a new map editor tool, and new gadgets.
“The free version of Stealth Bastard, was only ever a sketch; an incomplete vision of what we really wanted to do. With the new release on Steam, we’ve now been given the opportunity to build on the original’s foundations, and broaden the gameplay experience in every area. I can’t wait to plaster brand new grins across the faces of existing Stealth Bastard fans, as well as new ones.” Design director Jonathan Biddle said in a statement last month.
Stealth Bastard is a cheeky platformer pulling no punches. The fast-paced, frantic gameplay and horrifying dismemberments look like a ton of fun. The game has been confirmed to hit Steam on 28 November for $9.99. If you want to check it out you can try the current free-to-play version here.
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