To celebrate Halloween, Hacktag is getting its largest content update and is introducing the first discount since starting the early access campaign
Paris, France – October 26th, 2017 – The independent video game developer Piece of Cake Studios is releasing its biggest ever update for Hacktag, the 2-player co-op stealth game with one agent and one hacker which launched on Steam early access on June 1st.
This update includes a new mission mode, new levels and co-op mini-games, additional playable characters, and some important technical improvements. For the occasion, the game will also don its Halloween costume and will be for the first time ever on sale with a 33% discount off from November 26th to November 1st.
A new mission type: Boss Takedown.
Since the beginning of its early access campaign, the studio has been updating Hacktag on a regular basis with new levels and patches almost weekly. Now the studio has decided to propose a new and more substantial content which includes a new type of mission named “Boss Takedown.”
In this new mode, both players must infiltrate the offices of the corporations to hack the boss’ computer. However, the machine is protected by a password and each player must discover half of it unless they decide to save time and head directly to the protected computer without the password… at their own risks!
The Hackoween Special update contains :
- The new type of mission “Boss takedown”
- A total of 24 playable levels in the two types of missions “data scavenge” and the new “boss takedown” (At the beginning of early access on June 1st Hacktag had 9 levels)
- 4 new co-op mini-games: disable alarms, open protected doors together and more
- New gameplay situations with the appearance of booby-trapped rooms.
- 5 new characters bringing the choice to 10 playable
- A series of important fixes which greatly improve the online gaming experience
Check Out the Hacktag Halloween Special Trailer:
Hacktag is now available for a special discount of $10.04 on Steam Early Access. (Sale ends November 1, 2017).