Oxide Games, the developer of real-time strategy Ashes of the Singularity are working on an Xbox exclusive 4X strategy that was recently discovered via GeForce Now leak.
Project Indus is reportedly a codename for a brand new strategy game from the developer of real-time strategy Ashes of the Singularity.
The codename was discovered in a recent leak when a ton of unannounced games were revealed via Nvidia GeForce Now website.
Additional details about the project were revealed thanks to Windows Central's Jez Corden , who states in his recent article that Project Indus is a 4X strategy, similar to Civilization, with turn-based gameplay, city-building and other strategic elements.
The game would be releasing on PC (Microsoft Store and Steam) and Xbox consoles. So yeah, this one seems to be an exclusive for Xbox Game Pass supported platforms.
Corden adds that he would not be surprised if Oxide used Microsoft's cloud platform with smaller screens in mind.
As always with rumours, take this with a dose of scepticism, since the details have not been officially revealed.
Microsoft's plan has always been to offer a huge variety of games on Xbox Game Pass and it's safe to say that they are certainly fulfilling their promise with games from all genres - RPGs, shooters, strategies and more.
Now, all that remains is that we wait for the official reveal of Project Indus, which should be coming in the near future.