Nintendo Switch gains exclusive content, as Pluto is named a planet once and for all, in upcoming twin-stick shooter, Vostok Inc.
Watford, United Kingdom, November 16th 2017: Pluto has today been reclassified as a planet, rather than a dwarf planet (minor planet designation 134340 Pluto). To celebrate the new status bestowed upon it by Nosebleed Interactive and Wired Productions, Pluto comes to Vostok Inc. in time for, and exclusive to, its release on Nintendo Switch.
Vostok Inc. held a press conference this afternoon where news of this planetary scale exclusive content was first shared. To watch the video, head to behinduranus.com.
Andreas Firnigl, Managing Director and designer at Nosebleed Interactive, commented: “Pluto has five moons. If you believe the International Astronomical Union, then they should be called dwarf planet moons. What do hundreds of international astrophysics experts and PHD graduates know. Pluto is a planet!”
Neil Broadhead, Communications Manager, Wired Productions, continued: “Pluto is – and always has been – a planet, and a huge part of our solar system since its discovery in 1930 by Clyde Tombaugh. Its heart shaped expression, first seen from across the solar system on July 13th 2015, made us fall in love with Pluto all over again. Long distance relationships do work! Whether it’s 4.4bn km or 7.4bn km away, Pluto has a place in our hearts, and now a place in our game: Vostok Inc.”
In Vostok Inc, you play as a corrupt, narcissistic yuppie hoping to make as much money as possible in a greed-driven, twin-stick shooter without a conscience. As the newly-appointed CEO of Vostok Inc., you have one goal: to become filthy, stinking rich. Piloting your very own ship, explore and exploit more than 40 planets across six different solar systems in your quest to earn ludicrous amounts of MOOLAH!
Start by landing on any planet to begin colonization, build factories and rake in the big bucks. Once the MOOLAH starts flowing, you’ll be able to upgrade your ship’s weapons and augmentations. Increase profits even further by finding and recruiting managers, consultants, and executives scattered throughout the galaxy.
To download assets for Vostok Inc. please download the press kit: http://bit.ly/VostokInc
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About Wired Productions Ltd
Wired Productions is an established independent computer games publisher based in Watford, Hertfordshire, UK. Founded in 2008, Wired have produced over 40 titles for many global publishers and are part of the team responsible for the 1.5 million unit selling We Sing franchise. In 2013, Wired moved into console publishing on all major platforms. Notable launches to date include Tiny Troopers Joint Ops, Super Dungeon Bros, Victor Vran, The Town of Light, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood and Surf World Series, with Vostok Inc. and Tiny Troopers launching Christmas 2017.
Wired Productions are also a founding member of We Sing Productions, which is a collaboration between THQ Nordic, Wired Productions and Le Cortex, with the sole mission to establish a new range of We Sing products for all formats.
About Nosebleed Interactive
Founded in 2012, Nosebleed Interactive is a multi-award winning independent studio based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. An experienced team of passionate gamers, Nosebleed Interactive previously worked alongside some of the world’s largest companies, brands and content providers such as Channel 4 and Sony Interactive Entertainment. The team has been chosen as one of the ”Top 50 Creative Companies” in the UK by Creative England - and it also won the PlayStation Mobile Pioneers competition and “Best Small-to-Medium Business” in the Newcastle Business Awards. Nosebleed Interactive was also one of the first companies to receive support from the prestigious UK Games Fund. For more information about Nosebleed Interactive, please visit http://www.nosebleedinteractive.com.
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