Indie game developer Red Redemption has proudly announced the release of their newest PC title, a futuristic sci-fi/environmental game entitled ‘Fate of the World.’

‘Fate of the World’ is a dramatic global strategy game covering the next two centuries, from 2020 to 2200, in which the player must find a way to protect Earth’s ever-depleting resources and climate whilst reconciling the needs of a growing world population who demand more food, power, and living space. Time is running out.

Having secured the very best in creative gaming talent with music from critically acclaimed composer Richard Jacques (Mass Effect, Alice in Wonderland and James Bond: Blood Stone) and writing by award-winning screen writer David Bishop (Doctor Who, 2000 AD and Judge Dredd Magazine), the beta version of the game has already been highly praised.
‘Fate of the World’ has four challenging missions with over 40 hours of compelling gameplay, covering 12 regions and steeped in the latest climate science.

Fate of the World also has the support of top climate scientists including Professor Myles Allen and Dr Cameron Hepburn amongst others and Lord David Puttnam. A special pre-launch presentation took place in the USA in Ashville North Carolina, February 24 before a panel of distinguished Climate Change scientists from NOAA including Dr. Scott Hausman – Acting Director of NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center.

Available for purchase for $9.99, it can be bought through Steam, Direct2Drive, Impulse and GamersGate. There’s also a charity donation version available through International Agency Oxfam, the global TckTckTck campaign, and TakingITGlobal.

Red Redemption will bring ‘Fate of the World’ to a truly global audience, raising awareness of global issues while giving players the chance to solve the world’s problems on their own in this dramatic game.