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In 2063, the world we know has ended. The climatic disaster, overpopulation and extensive consumption have resulted in the depletion of all natural resources on the continents. Now, the last resources on earth lie 30.000ft below the ocean surface.

An underwater resource war has broken out – with you as commanding officer right in the middle. Your mission: Secure the earth’s last resources in the embattled deep-sea.

Subsiege is an intense real-time tactic game with main focus on massive 12 player battles. In a grasping deep sea world, you command a hand-picked squad of hero-like units to contend merciless sea monsters and teams of fierce competitors while your oxygen runs out with every breath. Can you stand the pressure?

Hero-like squads
Freely assemble your squad’s ability loadout and snipe your opponents’ ability casters to foil their strategy. Coordinate the squad set ups in your team and freely define team roles which work for you!

Merciless struggle for oxygen
Survive unstoppable oxygen depletion and hunt down your foes to steal their vital oxygen. No hiding, no defensive play – fast-paced struggle for survival action only!

Teamwork above all
Team up with a friend, contrive your unique battle plan and outplay your enemies. With shared oxygen reservoirs, resources and bases, seamless coordination and team work is crucial.

Massive 12 player battles
Dominate the 12-player mosh pit, master your squad composition and ability timing and crush multiple rivals in one ingenious strike.

Deadly environment
Counter surprise attacks of insidious sea creatures and trap your enemies above merciless deep sea worms. Watching your foes being badly ripped apart never felt better!

Underwater paradise
Submerge into a fantastic underwater scenery, fight in between stunning illuminated corals and experience a lively underwater world with huge fish swarms, colorful reefs, thick black smoker clouds and steep cliffs.
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Aesir Interactive
Icebird Studios
Headup Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7
  • Processor: 3.5 GHz Intel Core i3 Dual Core or equivalent
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1024 MB DirectX 11 capable video card (GeForce GTX 460 or AMD Radeon HD 5870)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7
  • Processor: 3 GHz Intel Core i5 Quad Core or equivalent
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1024 MB Direct3D 11 capable video card (GeForce GTX 570 or AMD Radeon HD 7870)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
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Early Access Review I Will comment Considering that it is still in beta phase... Green, very green. It Has very cool things, but also many negative points. POSITIVE:-Good Graphics and simple commands. -Polished Interface, simple to visualize and manage with keyboard shortcuts, already preconfigured. -You Have the option to create and join online servers, although there is no God. NEGATIVE:-No campaign mode, or customizable game that is not online, apart from the tutorial. -The game itself is crappy: create troops, and move super fast to collect the only two resources you need and kill bugs. -It Has oxygen in the ships. If it hits 0, KO. The only way to get it is to kill bugs (pirate ships). -You Cannot build a base as such. Just create troops and improve your skills. From what I thought, the summary of this game is: "Create troops, collect the right, create more troops, and kill bugs." I Was Hoping to receive the essence of the amazing submarine Titans, an enhanced version of graphics and interface. But No, it stays well below the underground. At the moment I do not recommend it at all. Let's Wait in a year or two or three to get better.
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Product received for free Early Access review I Was really looking forward to reminding me a lot of submarine Titans, and I ended up disappointing enough, In short, their problems are typical problems of an Early access, but it has, and are VERY SERIOUS failures To Start, no players, being a Moba/strategy, the online part is practically everything, and in this case is non-existent Now, mechanically is not anything from the other world, is quite overwhelming and frustrating, as I think, by the way, because the same slogan Of the game is "Can You withstand the pressure?", but it is really very unfair, the oxygen is finished in a moment, and as it progresses the game is increasingly spent faster, is a good way to put pressure, the problem is that you come to a moment , where you have 2 minutes to Farm, make units, and with what you about, try to kill the counter teams, So you finish, (In training, as I said there are no players) unable to do anything that takes longer to kill the pirates trying to farme AR oxygen, not to do it, but without it, mueresTeniendo in every death, less and less time, and ending in a cycle of desperation, VERY VERY overwhelming and stressful About performance, frankly horrible, Playing 1080p in between, with a GTX 960 and an FX 8320 , barely able to move it to 40fps, using 99% of my GPU, taking into account as seen, I see, there is muuuuuucho even where to polish, using afterburner to limit it to 30fps is more or less playable, but this is not something you should have to do There Are bastaaaantes bugs , in the scarce 2 hours of play I've given you, I've found the in the same tutorial is Bugueado and you can not advance, that the menus and text do not marry, several indicators that sometimes appear in your site, and other times appear 20 meters from the ships , in short, quite "Early access" even, Needs polishing in interface themes, which is cleaner and simpler, because depending on the resolution, you have too much menu, without being really necessary, as everything is too big, and little screen, you can not Too far away the camera The summary, Very Green, I Have interest to see it in a few months, but STILL, you need to polish many things
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