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Alien Invasion Continues In XCOM: Enemy Unknown DLC

Alien Invasion Continues In XCOM: Enemy Unknown DLC

Firaxis Games’ XCOM: Enemy Unknown, the latest game in the long-running action/strategy X-COM series, was released to widespread critical acclaim in October of this year, and now players can continue humanity’s struggle against an alien invasion in the Slingshot DLC pack, available now for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.

Set in China, the DLC offers players a new set of linked Council missions involving a Triad operative and an alien ship, three new maps, new character customisation options, and a brand-new playable squad character with a unique story and voice.

The Slingshot DLC pack is priced at 560 Microsoft Points on Xbox, and $6.99 on both PS3 and PC.

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