Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions


Which platforms will the Gamma Protocol be available for?

Gamma Protocol can be played over both the PC Windows and Mac operating systems.

What are the system requirements?

Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10
Processor: i5 3rd generation (or newer)
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: Dedicated 2GB or more memory
Sound: DirectX Version 11
Storage: 8 GB available space
Additional Notes: Recommended Resolution: 1920 x 1080, Minimal Resolution: 1280×720

Mac OSX 10.12 or higher
Processor: 2.4GHz Intel Core i5
Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 2 GB RAM
Storage: 8 GB available space

When is the game scheduled for release?

Gamma Protocol is set for release 2018. We are currently in the Alpha testing phase.

What is the age rating for Gamma Protocol?

It is yet unrated, but we anticipate it T-Teen.


Is it a WWII title or a sci-fi?

Gamma Protocol is set in the period immediately after World War II. It follows an alternate historical timeline in which the Earth is under invasion from alien forces. As such, it is a mix of the two.

Is there a campaign?

Gamma Protocol will include a full, deep campaign mode at launch.

Is there a multiplayer mode?

Gamma Protocol allows for one-on-one.


How do I stop my vehicle from traveling?

Ground vehicles can only be stopped if you do not use up all their move points in a single turn. To stop, click on the STOP button beside the ground unit that you have selected.

How do I move the camera?

Click and hold the left mouse button anywhere on the battlefield to move the camera (but remember, if you have selected a unit and you click inside its move zones, you will move there, so click outside all move zones!).

How do I rotate the camera?

Hold down the right button on your mouse and drag to rotate.

How do I zoom in?

Use the mouse wheel to zoom in and out.

Why do my shots sometimes miss the target?

There can be many reasons why your shots miss. For one, each weapon has different accuracy attributes. A single shot from a long barreled cannon is more accurate than a burst of rounds from a machine gun or autocannon. Distance to target is a factor.

If you or the enemy are moving, (you can tell if a vehicle is moving because it will have its speed in km/h written overhead), your accuracy will fall, especially if your target moves perpendicular to you. You must defeat your enemies using tactics as well as might.

How come my secondary weapons do no damage?

Secondary weapons are for use against infantry (not available in the Alpha build). These weapons are not designed for use against armored vehicles. Therefore, firing them on vehicles will result in ricochet.