If you live in Scarborough or Salisbury then you’re highly likely to experience an alien invasion, according to the UFO Investigation & Research Unit. The non-profit organisation compiled the research to coincide with the launch of video game Inversion, which sees the world under threat of aliens seeking to destroy humanity.
At the top of the Invasion Hotspot list is London as it houses the central Government, is home to 12% of the UK population and contains vital communication and transport links. And as for Scarborough and Salisbury? Their proximity to influential military and research bases put the locations in jeaopardy.
Phil Hoyle, head of the UFO Investigation & Research Unit says, “The risk is very real, with UFO sightings increasing each year. The Government needs to be vigilant and introduce measures that ensure the public’s safety. They have a right to be prepared for the inevitable and this research demonstrates a threat that is potentially on their doorstep.”
Inversion tells the story of a cop and his partner whose peaceful life has been invaded by unknown enemies. Gamers can take on the role of a young father and husband, Davis Russell, who finds himself thrust into war when his peaceful city is invaded by an unknown enemy. With his daughter missing and conventional weapons and tactics all but useless, this ordinary cop and his partner Leo Delgado will rise up to heed the call of duty, master the fundamental forces of gravity and save the world.
Inversion launches across the UK on 13th July 2012 and is available on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.