Into the Breach depicts a conflict between human civilization and giant alien bugs. Dialogue is scant and world building is pretty minimal. The game is primarily interested in throwing puzzles and tactical obstacles your way. But the game’s mechanics often intersect with its characterizations in interesting ways, and…
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Into The Breach is a great strategy game, but I can’t seem to translate the skills I learned with the starting team into any of the more advanced ones.
We’re stomping bug and saving timelines in Into the Breach right now on Twitch. Everything will go smoothly and no one will die.
Since we’ve gotten our hands on Into The Breach over at Kotaku, we haven’t been able to stop playing and talking about it. Here’s a selection of our best tweets, stories, and screenshots.
You should play Into The Breach, the brilliant new game from the makers of FTL. And if you are playing Into The Breach, here are some key tips that’ll help you get better at squashing aliens.
Into the Breach is a game about the accumulation of small decisions, good or bad. It’s a game that never lets you forget your past runs, especially your failures.
Into The Breach, the next game from the creators of FTL, is sort of like a cross between XCOM, Advance Wars, and FTL itself. But maybe it’s best described as beautiful kaiju chess.
Into the Breach will be the next game by FTL creators Subset Games. It will be a turn-based, randomly generated strategy game where giant mechs fight aliens. There’s no release date yet, but it looks rad.