Strange events occur in the cyberpunk age: a mysterious criminal steals museum pieces, historical documents in order to make certain corrections and then puts everything back. Someone is trying to prove that Good and Evil have swapped places in the past… But why?
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Very Positive (145) - 93% of the 145 user reviews for this game are positive. (93% of 145) All Time
Release Date:
Aug 30, 2020

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What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“Early Access gives us the opportunity to maintain a dynamic balance between the developers’ flights of fancy and objective reality through timely analysis of your reviews, ideas and suggestions. We consider this vitally important for the quality of our product.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“We aim to finish the game in 18 months approximately. The exploratory aspect of the world and character design makes it difficult to offer a more precise evaluation. Over these 18 months we are going to have to envision a future that might become our reality in half a century.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“The full version will be protected from the excessive products of our conceptualization process, as we are going to consider our players’ opinions at every stage of release. The complete story, translations into several languages, the meticulously designed game world and many other features will immerse the players into a cohesive futuristic setting. Later some of them might even consider investing in an underground bunker and pondering on the inscrutable meaning of life, but that part is entirely optional.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“Three chapters are complete in the Early Access version. From the narrative point of view, they offer an introduction to the story, the world and the key characters. Almost all of the gameplay mechanics are already present, although they will be improved and polished as the new episodes are being released. Full-fledged and meticulously designed locations, enemies, side characters and companions, as well as many other features await, including a divine blessing (just kidding). The philosophical weight of the project might also be cured by the time the full version is released, should the review analysis point out the necessity of such a drastic measure. We should also add that we aren’t planning to release any paid DLCs and extort our players further because that… is a sin.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“Currently we don’t know the limits of our own avarice (which, we hope, does not sound ambiguous). It is very likely that our willingness to work for the sake of it and the fear of divine wrath will ensure that the price does not go up more than by 20%. Money isn’t the most important thing in the world, after all.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“We welcome any input from the Steam community, including the most blunt and expressive statements. Your opinions about our mental health, our technical prowess and our faux-philosophism are equally and vitally important to us. Any player is welcome to let the civilized world hear about the true depth of their feelings regarding our game. You should consider contacting the 7th Heaven directly as well — we aren’t certain about the connectivity issues, but it’s worth a try. Meanwhile, we will track your complaints, ideas and suggestions in the project’s communities on Steam, Facebook, VK, Twitter and Youtube. We are always happy to discover something new about ourselves, so don’t hesitate to write.”
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About This Game

«The Divine Invasion» is a science fiction adventure game where you play as a headhunter employed by mysterious masters, whose goals initially seem bizarre and surreal. It will all become clear, though, once our protagonist admits that while the technologies might be changing, the human heart is not. It is exactly the same as it was two thousand years ago.


Both sci-fi-flavoured and fantasy-flavoured locations await you. Living on the border between dreams and reality will pose the vital question: is the dream world truly unreal? Aren’t we driven by our very dreams? And if so, what is more real: the world of neon streets and skyscrapers that we see upon waking up, or the ineffable world that we can only navigate when we close our eyes and drift away?


This game invites you to join a social experiment — to look at the world where the traditional moral values are desperately trying to catch up with the technological progress. Synthetic life-forms and artificial intelligence will tilt the balance of light and shadow — try not to lose yourself as you make your choices.


Within the game you may find copies of The Taste of Metal — the bestselling book of the future. Collect every chapter of the ultimate novel and discover the fate of romance literature in the cyberpunk age… if you even care, that is.


You don’t agree? Then prove the opposite by entering this paradoxical cyberpunk world, this cold and dreary place halfway between Hell and Heaven, where the true, living sunlight struggles to burst through the wall of neon signs as if it’s trapped between the skyscrapers. What is this but a reflection of the other side of reality, one we can only reach via our sixth sense? Private prisons and mercenary police exist in this world along with the electronic shadows and neo-Catholic cults. They will all be so very glad to meet you. Do have a nice day.


The gameplay features are informed by the game’s setting. The hostile corporations and enemy clans employ a multitude of firearm and explosives detectors, meaning our protagonist has to rely on his composite sword and close combat skills during most of the missions. However, you may also take your enemies to school using sneaky subterfuge, if the guise of a hardcore ninja appeals to you more than the life of a knight charging at his enemies head-on. The game even offers an equivalent of riding, perfect for technologically advanced races inside cyberpunk ruins. The player may also visit the areas of an imaginary in-game fantasy MMORPG, where their every action will be analyzed through the prism of philosophy (because a true knight should never unsheathe his sword and charge at sci-fi windmills unless he is deeply philosophical and in love with art).

System Requirements

    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: 7, 8, 10 (x64)
    • Processor: Intel core i3
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 660
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 21 GB available space
    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: 7, 8, 10 (x64)
    • Processor: Intel core i5
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 1060
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 21 GB available space

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