A second video game set in the universe of Invincible is on the way, and you won’t have to wait too long to play it. Invincible Presents: Atom Eve will officially launch on November 14 and chronicles the early days of the matter-manipulating superhero as she explores her powers, meets several of the super-powered inhabitants of the Invincible universe, and fights several supervillains.
The game combines comic book art with a visual-novel style of gameplay, allowing players to shape Atom Eve’s journey through several crucial decisions and engage in action-packed sequences. Milk and Bone, a Canadian electro-pop duo, also contributed to the game’s soundtrack and some of their work can be heard in the trailer below. Prime Gaming members will have a one-week window to claim the game–November 14-21–as part of that subscription service’s lineup of monthly free games.
In addition to Invincible Presents: Atom Eve, Prime Gaming will also be offering nine other games, including Rage 2, Centipede Recharged, and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. New members can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime or pay $15 for for a one-month membership, and once claimed, these games they are yours to keep forever.
Another Invincible game, Guarding the Globe, is in development for iOS and Android, and this mobile title is a free-to-play “idle” squad-based RPG from Ubisoft’s Barcelona Mobile studio. As for the animated TV series based on the hit comic book series, the first half of Invincible season two’s eight-episode run began on November 3 and new episodes will air weekly. After a mid-season break, the second half will wrap up in early 2024.
“Superhero stories are so often divorced from believable stakes, but Invincible never lets you get too far from the hearts of the characters or the way the events of the story affect them,” Eric Frederiksen wrote in GameSpot’s Invincible season 2: Part 1 review.