XCOM: Enemy Unknown Summary
You guys remember Mutons from, right? You'd be merrily blasting sectoids apart with rocket launchers or punching stealth squids in the head, and suddenly these great big b******s would lumber round the corner, plasma rifle blaring.
Makes me angry just thinking about it. And it sounds like they'll be even more of a danger in XCOM 2 – the aliens have been experimenting with human DNA, resulting in aGulp.
Firaxis 'doubling down' on soldier customisation in XCOM 2, nationality will determine "accented voices"
Naming the brave souls on the frontline battling the alien invasion in XCOM 2 is just the first step in deeper customisation thatis developing. We can also affect gender and nationality, including voiced accents.
Not every accent will be represented, admitted senior producer Garth DeAngelis, but there'll be a good selection with "more English accents" too. Want a Chinese solider with a thick Scottish bark? Sure!
Put away your probes and take off those tinfoil hats.has just beamed into our minds the knowledge we've all been searching for: is working on XCOM 2. What's more is that it's PC exclusive.
It's a full sequel to 2012's highly lauded XCOM: Enemy Unknown. Things haven't turned out so great for humanity, and the XCOM initiative has had to go dark as the Advent Government rises.
Designer Jake Solomon has tweeted a clarification about how things went down at the end of XCOM: Enemy Unknown. It's something of a spoiler obviously so best not paid any attention unless...
If you've gotten to the end of the fantastic reboot of XCOM with Enemy Unknown then perhaps you'll want to know exactly what Soloman and his team atmeant with that ending.
Feral Interactive will bring XCOM: Enemy Unknown and all its DLC content, including expansion pack Enemy Within, to Linux operating systems this Summer, the developer has announced.
The Linux version of XCOM: Enemy Unknown will be a SteamPlay title that runs on Ubuntu 14.04 and Valve’s SteamOS.