Alpha Protocol Returns to PC on announced that it has re-released espionage RPG Alpha Protocol on PC. The game — originally released for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 in 2010 — had previously been removed from sale on all platforms in 2019 following the expiry of music licences. The new release, available through for $19.99 with a 10% launch discount, includes modern operating system compatibility, a licensed soundtrack, full controller support, achievements, and more.

Alpha Protocol was developed by Obsidian Entertainment and published by Sega. Players control Michael Thorton, a newly-recruited secret agent within the highly classified Alpha Protocol agency. The game takes players to a variety of locations across the world — including Moscow, Rome, and Taipei — as Michael gets caught up in a series of events and missions. The game is heavily-choice driven, with many options taking inspirations from three popular “JB” agent characters: Jason Bourne, James Bond, and Jack Bauer.




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