Phoenix Point is the XCOM successor from Snapshot Video games and Julian Gollop, one of many creators of the X-Com franchise, and the developer has revealed the sport’s fifth main DLC – the Mad Max-like Kaos Engines, together with the enlargement’s launch date for March.
There are a number of nice video games that attempt to greatest XCOM 2, however as followers wait patiently for XCOM 3 they most likely couldn’t do higher than Phoenix Level – an identical turn-based technique and equally as engaging. Phoenix Level released in December 2019 and has had a number of DLC expansions since – with the newest being Corrupted Horizons in September 2021.
Now developed Snapshot has lastly lifted the lid on DLC 5 – Kaos Engines, which can launch on all platforms – sure, even Stadia – on March 1. It’ll price round $4.99 USD however will probably be free to Season Cross and Enlargement Cross holders, in addition to individuals who backed the sport on Fig – and can add an entire new faction to the sport, and extra.
The Kaos Syndicate is a brand new facet and, completely primarily based on the customisable Kaos Buggy they’re bringing alongside – see the trailer under – they appear a bit Mad Max-inspired. The buggy itself undoubtedly is and sports activities two new weapons too. There are 5 new Kaos Tech weapons, that are highly effective however unpredictable, and 4 new missions for gamers to tackle.
Operatives… begin your engines! DLC 5 “Kaos Engines” races onto PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Stadia on March 1st.
A brand new automobile, tons of car customization choices alongside new and unpredictable Kaos Tech weaponry!
— Phoenix Level (@Phoenix_Point) January 26, 2022
Phoenix Point is available free with Game Pass for PC and Xbox, however the upcoming DLC may not be. As for XCOM, whereas there’s nonetheless no signal of XCOM 3, a number of builders behind the collection are working on a Star Wars strategy game that may be the next best thing – other than Phoenix Level, after all.