The action-packed, voice-controlled RTS hits home, comes with free copy of Sequence

There Came an Echo, the second title from developer Iridium Studios, has released in all regions for $14.99 on Steam for the PC. The real-time strategy game features customizable voice commands, a voice cast headlined by Wil Wheaton and Ashly Burch, and a heavily character-driven narrative.

“It’s finally here,” said Jason Wishnov, CEO of Iridium Studios, who has not slept much lately and he should probably get some soon. “This is an unprecedented experience, and we’re thrilled to bring it to gamers around the world. We love you guys.”
A launch trailer has been released that shows the full breadth of the game’s technology in action. In addition, for the first week of release, players who purchase the game on Steam will get a free copy of Iridium Studios’ first title, Sequence, absolutely free. There Came an Echo is also under a 10% discount for that timeframe.

There Came an Echo utilizes Intel® RealSense™ technology, one of the first commercial titles to do so. Intel has worked closely with Iridium to ensure an experience of exceptionally high quality. PlayStation 4® and Xbox One® ports will be coming later this year.