Stock Trading Simulator ‘The Invisible Hand’ Gets May Release Date

Stock market trading enthusiasts can start earning their commission on PC next month.

Today, publisher Fellow Traveller and developer Power Struggle Games announced the release date for the satirical stock market trading simulator The Invisible Hand. The game will release for PC next month on Friday, May 7, 2021.

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The Invisible Hand is a narrative-driven, satirical stock market trading game with a poignant message about personal accountability. In The Invisible Hand, players begin as a new employee at the trading firm FERIOS, where questionable behavior and rule-breaking gets swept under the rug. Throw your moral compass out the window, because profit is all that matters to your employer. Players must do whatever it takes to earn as much money for FERIOS as possible, even if it means resorting to a bit of market manipulation and insider trading.

Those looking to try their hand at The Invisible Hand ahead of release will have a chance to do so this weekend. A playable demo of The Invisible Hand will be available on Steam as part of Fellow Traveller’s upcoming LudoNarraCon 2021 event, which runs from April 23 through April 26.

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The Invisible Hand will release for PC on May 7 for $12.99 USD. The special Deep Pockets Edition, which includes both the game and its original soundtrack, will also be available for $16.99 USD. Both editions can be purchased from the Steam, GOG, and Humble online stores.

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