The Sigma Theory – New Gameplay Trailer

Posted on 25 Oct 2018

The Sigma Theory, a cold war style spy management simulation set in the far future has entered a closed beta for those who pre-order the game through the official website. Additionally, there’s a brand new gameplay trailer, embedded above, for your viewing pleasure. An open beta will follow at a later date, ahead of the Q1 2019 release on PC.

Official Press Release

Private Beta and new gameplay trailer

The futuristic global cold war simulation The Sigma Theory, from the creators of the award-winning game Out There, has launched its Private Beta on PC.

During this phase, the team will collaborate with the community to polish the title for its release in Q1 2019 on PC.

Only those who pre-order the game from the official website will be granted access to the Private Beta (an open beta is planned down the road though).

One of the pre-order tiers includes the creation of an in-game character based on your portrait (as we did for most of the team).

We have created an exciting new gameplay trailer that shows better how the game looks and what it has in store for you.

Watch it on YouTube.

Sigma Theory is a single-player near-future espionage strategy game that takes place during a new cold war. You will play as the head of your nation’s Sigma Division, racing other countries in a Manhattan Project-style competition to exploit a radical new scientific breakthrough.

  • Recruit a team from a roster of 50 unique spies and field agents and lead them as they infiltrate the enemy’s Sigma programs, abducting, blackmailing, and seducing scientists to your side.
  • Carefully manage your relationships with your superiors, other countries, powerful private lobbies, and even your own agents as you do whatever it takes to secure the future for your people.
  • There are 10 distinct playable nations, dozens of unique events and narrative paths, and several different endings based on the player’s decisions — all crafted with Mi-Clos Studio’s signature eye for polish, detail, and aesthetic excellence.
  • With the emergent narrative from Sigma Theory’s complex web of character relationships, no two games will ever be alike.
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