Good Shepherd Entertainment and independent developer CreativeForge Games have revealed that Phantom Doctrine, the turn-based, tactical strategy, Cold War espionage game from the creators of Hard West, is expected to launch on Aug. 14, 2018, on the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One and Windows PC for €39,99.
Phantom Doctrine is a strategic turn-based espionage thriller set in a world of covert operations, counterintelligence and paranoia. Players lead The Cabal, a secret organization fighting back against a global conspiracy trying to control the world at the peak of the Cold War. Command your base of operations in the shadows: recruit and train agents, investigate cases, forge documents and identities, research new tech and biochemical engineering, and interrogate and brainwash enemies to gain a tactical edge.
Dive into Phantom Doctrine’s deep single-player mode which offers players two different campaign backgrounds to choose from, as they can experience its story from the perspective of either a KGB counterintelligence operative- or a renegade CIA wet work commando. Phantom Doctrine’s turn-based missions are uniquely designed to encourage player choice – drop your operatives into the field with heavy weapons for an all-out assault, or deploy them with suppressed weapons and cutting-edge spy equipment to complete the mission stealthily. Position assets around the world, infiltrating hot zones with undercover operatives to back you up in a firefight and stay one step ahead of enemy agents.
In addition to the 40+ hour single-player story mode, players can also challenge rivals around the world in ruthless one-on-one online multiplayer matches, and unlock a New Game Plus campaign with additional story content, all for €39,99.
Phantom Doctrine captures the volatile tension of the Cold War and subtle intrigue of classic spy films with atmospheric visuals, as well as an unnerving soundtrack from award-winning composer Marcin Przybylowicz (The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt).
For more information, visit http://www.goodshepherd.games/games/phantom-doctrine, and follow @PhantomDoctrine and @GoodShepherdEnt on Twitter.
About CreativeForge Games
CreativeForge Games S.A. is an independent games development studio based in Warsaw, Poland. Founded in 2011 by veterans of the Polish games industry and infused with creativity of talented newcomers, it has since shipped two different projects: Ancient Space, a space combat RTS, was published by Paradox Interactive. Hard West a turn-based action game, combined evolved mechanics of a classic genre with innovative twists in design, storytelling and setting was published in 2015 by Gambitious. CreativeForge Games is currently working on Phantom Doctrine, a Cold War conspiracy tactical game, set to be published on PC and consoles in 2018 by Good Shepherd Entertainment.CreativeForge Games is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange’s Alternative Trading System New Connect.
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About Good Shepherd Entertainment
Good Shepherd Entertainment publishes video games from independent artists worldwide and operates a proprietary investment platform for a growing global network of qualified investors seeking risk-mitigated participation in the $130B video game industry. Originally established in the Netherlands in 2011 as an equity crowdfunding platform under the name Gambitious BV, the Company became a publisher in 2014 with the release of Train Fever, which was the first game ever successfully published with equity crowdfunding. The Company has since funded and released over a dozen original games across eight digital platforms. The founders of Devolver Digital and Croteam, two very successful companies in independent game development and publishing, invested in the Company and joined its management in 2012. The Company rebranded in 2017 as Good Shepherd Entertainment following an investment by Advance/Newhouse, having established a track record of success with both independent developers and investors. www.GoodShepherd.games