Bio Inc: Redemption, the medical malpractice simulator from developer DryGin Studios, has received an update in Early Access adding new secret patients, a sandbox mode and the unprotected sex roulette.
In Bio Inc: Redemption, doctors systematically infect healthy individuals with inconvenient to crippling diseases in the game’s death campaign or work tirelessly to save their patients in the life campaign, playing through 18 medical cases featuring more than 600 real medical conditions.
Famous Easter Egg patients, including Donald Trump, can be unlocked by naming patients after them. New patients introduced with this update include Vladimir Putin, Barrack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Emmanuel Jean-Michel Frédéric Macron, Jesus, Hitler, and Kim Jong Un.
The unprotected sex roulette returns from Bio Inc., the first and only other entry in the franchise enjoyed by more than 15 million, allowing doctors to toss their patients into the hands of fate by spinning a wheel. What STD will they contract?
A new sandbox mode allows players to create and edit stages and scenarios, providing them with the tools used by the developers. The ability to save and share scenarios will be introduced through Steam Workshop in a future update, but DryGin wants to give doctors the chance to design their own challenges with the Bio Inc engine now.
“Bio Inc: Redemption was already rich with content, but the sandbox mode will allow players to get creative and torture or save their patients in brand new ways, now doctors can finally answer the age old question of how much syphilis do crazy despots like Hitler and Kim Jong Un have… the answer is A LOT.” – ” J-F Mitchell, President, DryGin Studios.
Bio Inc: Redemption is available for $12.99 USD on Steam Early Access in English, French, German and Russian. The full release is scheduled for surgery in Q4 2017 for PC.
About DryGin Studios
DryGin Studios is a maturing indie game development company founded by two long-time software developers and entrepreneurs and based in Montreal, Canada. Since its inception in 2012, DryGin Studios has successfully self-published three titles surpassing 17 million downloads on mobile, reaching the top 10 in many countries on both Android and iOS.