Logic Artists are poised to release their spy thriller stealth hacking Clandestine game whilst it sits in Steam Early Access being finalized and adding more features. In its current form there’s much to be excited for if you can handle the odd bug here and there which should hopefully be fixed for the full release in the coming weeks. There’s a neat twist to this game which sets it apart from its peers where it can be played solo or co-op online. One player controls the field operative – a tenacious female agent Katya and the other controls a hacker called Martin. When playing solo players can swap at will between to the two modes of play in real-time where the idea is the hacker offers system support to the field agent. Whilst it lacks the huge budget of Konami’s Metal Gear Solid V, if you love stealth then this is certainly worth keeping an eye on if it can polish itself up before release. Take a look at our Clandestine gameplay videos to get an idea of what to expect.