Frozen Cortex takes the field on PC, Mac, and Linux today

Mode 7's Frozen Cortex has stepped out of the Steam Early Access locker and is taking the field today with a new trailer in tow.


Football season is over here in the United States, but the video game world is ushering in a new iteration of the game. Mode 7's Frozen Cortex has exited Steam Early Access today, giving players the opportunity to pick up the completed product for the first time. And fortunately, some of the Early Access incentives are still active. Namely, players will get an extra giftable copy of the game with purchase.

Frozen Cortex takes the turn-based strategy of Mode 7's successful Frozen Synapse and applies it to the football field. Teams of destructive robots will take the field and players must plan out how to outscore and outwit their opponents. The game will include the single-player Knockout, Global Cortex League, and Randomly Generated Season modes, as well as various multiplayer modes, including ones for custom leagues. Customization will also extend to players, teams, and pitches.

The new trailer for Frozen Cortex can be found below. The game is available now on Steam. Those looking to get a taste of Mode 7's previous efforts before diving into Frozen Cortex are also in luck. The iOS version of Frozen Synapse is currently available for free on the App Store.

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