Koch Media to distribute Phoenix Point at retail

Due out for PC on December 3.

Phoenix Point

Developer Snapshot Games has signed a partnership with distributor Koch Media for the retail distribution of futuristic, turn-based strategy game Phoenix Point for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Phoenix Point is due out for PC on December 3, followed by Xbox One in Q1 2020 and PlayStation 4 later in 2020. A release date for the retail versions was not announced.

Here is a brief overview of the game, via Koch Media:

The human population has been decimated. Survivors gather in isolated havens spread throughout the world.

Phoenix Point delivers a new breed of turn-based strategy. Plan operations, research new technologies, and build alliances to unite the planet or destroy your rivals—then customize your squad and deploy into conflict zones around the globe with dynamic objectives and destructible environments. Procedurally generated maps, branching storylines, and enemies that mutate to counter your tactics create a huge variety of challenges and surprises, ensuring no two playthroughs are ever the same.

Visit the official website here.

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