Insane Robots Pre-orders Now Available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Insane Robots Pre-orders Now Available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

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Insane Robots Pre-orders Now Available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Insane Robots Pre-orders Now Available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Indie developer, Playniac, has kicked off a pre-order program in preparation for the upcoming release of Insane Robots. Starting today, June 26th, players may pre-order Insane Robots on both the Microsoft Store and PlayStation™Store.

Early buyers can load up the benefits as various discounts will be available for a limited time! The PlayStation Store has a special pricing for PlayStation Plus members, with the base game at $15.99, which will revert to $19.99 on launch day, and the Deluxe Pack is available for $23.09.

Microsoft Store:



Soon, Insane Robots will launch on Steam, Xbox, PS4 starting from July 10th, 2018. If you are interested in exploring the nuts and bolts of the card slinging characters of Insane Robots, review codes are available for Steam, PlayStations 4 and Xbox One.

For those also interested in reviewing the full Insane Robots experience for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC (via Steam), please fill out ONE PR Studio’s review code request form for media and content creators here:

About Insane Robots
Initially created as a tabletop prototype with a pile of old business cards, the developers at Playniac have pulled from both physical and digital design processes to create a card battling game that captures what players love most about the genre and removing the elements they hate; namely expensive card expansions, time-consuming customization, farming, and an ever-rising bar that excludes players who don’t purchase more cards.

This laser focus freed Playniac to create the perfectly designed battle deck. With only 22 tokens, it is easy to learn and manage, yet full of unexpected turns and strategic depth. Not to be confused with a collectible card game (CCG), Insane Robots is card battling… HACKED!

Insane Robots finds players leading a robot rebellion through randomly generated survival arenas. Full of fiendish card battles, it’s FTL meets Battle Royale in a card game. Overthrow the malevolent robot despot, The Kernel. Save robotkind in an epic 15+ hour single-player campaign full of peril and twists, as a decaying robot dystopia is revealed.

Master the battle deck and develop strategies in super-accessible local, online and single-player robotic skirmishes. Deploy HACKS and GLITCHES in the heat of battle and use your wits to terminate the competition. Battle with over 46 deliciously diverse robots in five hostile environments. Augment devious droids to grow more powerful and trade cutting, robotic insults with opponents along the way.

Stay up to date with the latest Insane Robots news and information on the official website. You can also follow the developers at Playniac on Facebook and Twitter. Please also join the Playniac server on Discord.

For supporting assets, watch the launch date trailer here and download official Insane Robots assets here.

About Playniac
Playniac is an award-winning games studio making “thinky” games for all platforms. They’ve been described as “innovative” and “different” by MCV magazine and been a TIGA Awards finalist for Best Small Studio in 2016 and 2017. Their games include race-management sim International Racing Squirrels, globe-trotting crowd game Cat On Yer Head, and algebra puzzle adventure Anomaly X. They’ve won Silver and Bronze medals in the Serious Play Awards; finalist nominations at IndieCade, Develop, Game Connection, Casual Connect, TIGA Awards; and Official Selections (or similar) at IndieCade (3 times), IndieCade East (2 times), GameCity, Amaze, Leftfield Collection, Indie Megabooth and numerous other festivals. They’ve also made games for Channel 4, British Gas, Amplify Games, Nickelodeon, Dreamworks, and the BBC.

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