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Is the customization in XCOM 2 not enough for you? XCOM 2 Anarchy’s Children will add over 100 new options. Come check out some shots we have.

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I am excited to play more of it, as it really is a great game and I hope it has a long life with plenty of new content and decent mods.

I will look to highlight some fun mods for you sometime soon.

If you don’t already own the Reinforcement Pack, which includes Anarchy’s Children and two future pieces of DLC, you can purchase Anarchy’s Children individually on Steam when it releases next week. If you have already purchased the Reinforcement Pack, do not also purchase Anarchy’s Children on its own, as you will be charged for it. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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seven 10 Mar, 2016
i would rather see some mission and game modes DLC
rustybroomhandle 10 Mar, 2016
Quoting: seveni would rather see some mission and game modes DLC

I'm sure those are coming. It's just easier to release this sort of thing first, since the art team would otherwise have had little to do during the last phase of development and after launch.
pedrojmartm 10 Mar, 2016
20 dolars fos skins.. Naaahh!
chris200x9 10 Mar, 2016
Quoting: pedrojmartm20 dolars fos skins.. Naaahh!
It's $4.99.
Keyrock 10 Mar, 2016
Quoting: rustybroomhandle
Quoting: seveni would rather see some mission and game modes DLC

I'm sure those are coming. It's just easier to release this sort of thing first, since the art team would otherwise have had little to do during the last phase of development and after launch.
This. Artists tend to be one of the first developers to have their work finished on a project, so they tend to have time on their hands while the game is being balanced, tested, and kinks are being worked out, that's why cosmetic DLCs tend to be the first DLCs released.

Anyway, I'll get this plus whatever other DLCs come along when I buy the complete edition of XCOM 2 in 9 or 10 months time.
Mountain Man 10 Mar, 2016
Purely cosmetic DLC like this ranks up there with horse armor as far as I'm concerned. Its value becomes even more questionable when hundreds of cosmetic mods are available for free in the Workshop. Hopefully future DLC that adds new classes and story missions will actually be worth the money. Better yet, just give us a proper expansion pack like Enemy Within. This, on the other hand, is a "Wait for a 90% off sale" sort of thing.


Last edited by Mountain Man on 10 March 2016 at 3:58 pm UTC
Mountain Man 10 Mar, 2016
Quoting: GuestMaybe they'll fix the RNG!
There's nothing wrong with the RNG.
Swiftpaw 10 Mar, 2016
If anything is "okay" (as long as they aren't con artists) to be a DLC, it's "vanity" fluff stuff that doesn't have an effect on core game play, or actual full game expansions. Obviously this stuff was already all, or almost all, ready to go at the time of the game's launch, but they separated it out just to do this DLC silliness. How much money will that make it all in total?

Without seeing their budget it's impossible to know if they are asking too much or not, but compared to other games, the ~$100 asking donation for from them for all content thus far is A LOT.

Meanwhile, in other games like RPGs like Skyrim, you have incredible amounts of character customization, and they don't ask for any additional money for it. Fair? Again, it's impossible to really know for sure, but in an amount of content vs. price comparison, XCOM 2 is high up there right now.
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