2K and Firaxis Games have announced XCOM: Chimera Squad, a standalone plan knowledge set to arrive on PC after this month.
Emerging totally out of a blue, Chimera Squad is from a creators of a critically acclaimed Enemy Unknown and XCOM 2, holding what done them good and crafting something totally new.
Taking place 5 years after a eventuality of XCOM 2 in a star where humans, variety and aliens now work together in a hopes of forging a new civilization, Chimera Squad facilities an individualist expel of characters trimming from hardened mercenaries to highly-intelligent aliens.
This new prophesy of multitude has banded together in a new capital famous as City 31. However, not everybody agrees with this new prophesy of peace, with immorality army aiming to overpower all of a swell done in foster of disharmony and disorder. As Chimera Squad, it’s your pursuit to stop them.
“We’re desirous by a ardent village and vehement by a event to emanate a dynamic, innovative, and singular XCOM knowledge for both fans of a games and new players in XCOM:Chimera Squad,”said Steve Martin, President of Firaxis Games”
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XCOM: Chimera Squad is set to launch on Apr 24, 2020 exclusively for PC during a sell cost of $19.99/£16.99, definition it’s dropping usually a week or so after this announcement. For fans of a franchise, this is firm to be a poetic small surprise. For a initial week or so of sale, it will be accessible during a special rudimentary cost of £8.50.
Chimera Squad will underline identical gameplay mechanics to a bottom game, nonetheless will shake things adult with a few singular additions. You’ll have 11 patrol members to select from, any of that has a bespoke celebrity and abilities to utilize during battle. Changes have also been done to a spin complement and how accurately members will arrive on a stage before any mission.
Missions will include of linear, bomb encounters accompanied by an maturation comment that will enhance on a existent XCOM universe. This isn’t a fully-fledged sequel, though does take a events of prior games into account. Perhaps it’s a stepping mill for XCOM 3?