'Strike Suit Zero' for PC and console.
Indie game developer Born Ready has released the third patch in less than three months to Strike Suit Zero, its Kickstarter-backed computer game. The development team says it has continued to tweak and fine-tune the game post-launch in response to feedback.
With this third patch comes the ability for players to switch between third-person and first-person cockpit view in all of the game's ships. Players can also now can now choose from Easy, Medium Normal and Hardcore difficulty settings to fit their style of play. Furthermore, in listening to feedback from the community, Born Ready Games has removed several of the difficulty spikes.
Strike Suit Zero now also supports checkpoint saves. Players can now exit a level and return later, picking up at their last checkpoint. Finally, the game now has an altered targeting system. Players can now cycle through a list of target priorities - Torpedo, Fighter craft, Corvette, Capital ship, Wreckage - giving more control to players in terms of their attack strategy.
Stike Suit Zero is available for download via Steam.