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Strike Suit Zero now available on PC, coming to Mac and Linux this year

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Strike Suit Zero, Born Ready Games' space combat title featuring transforming mechanical suits, is now available on Windows PC, and it will launch on Mac and Linux later this year, the studio announced today.

Born Ready raised nearly $175,000 in a Kickstarter campaign last fall, but fell just short of a stretch goal that would have unlocked Mac and Linux versions of the game. However, the studio is pushing forward with development on those platforms anyway. The company previously confirmed support for the Oculus Rift headset.

"We've received overwhelming support from our community, and would like to extend special thanks to our backers on Kickstarter," said Born Ready CEO James Brooksby. "We hope everyone is as ecstatic to see the finished result as we are!"

Strike Suit Zero is being sold through Steam, Green Man Gaming and GamersGate for $19.99 in North America, £14.99 in the U.K. and €18.99 in Europe, although both Steam and Green Man Gaming are offering the game at a 20 percent discount for $15.99 during its launch week. Check out the launch trailer above.

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