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XCOM: Enemy Unknown Complete Edition Detailed for PC

It seems the definitive version of XCOM: Enemy Unknown will soon arrive on PC.
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If you missed out on one of the most satisfying strategy experiences of the previous generation, we’ve got good news.

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2K Games has announced an attractive, jam-packed new version of the critically acclaimed XCOM: Enemy Unknown. It’s the Complete Edition and it’s headed to PC on March 4th.

The publisher revealed the contents of this package to GameSpot:

  • The main game
  • XCOM: Enemy Within
  • Elite Soldier Pack
  • Slingshot DLC
  • All Second Wave options

The reason why it’s not coming to consoles is simple: This edition includes everything featured in the Commander Edition for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, which is already available. PC gamers finally get a chance to have all the great content they’ve been missing!

If you’re unfamiliar, Enemy Unknown was a well-received blend of strategy and action, which reminded me a little of Valkyria Chronicles (only with a sci-fi atmosphere). If you haven’t tried it yet and this sounds like your cup of tea, give it a whirl.

Oh, and 2K Games also announced another new bundle: It’s the Civilization V Complete Edition, which features the game, expansion packs Gods & Kings and Brave New World, as well as all add-on content released to date. Strategy lovers definitely have a few great options in the next month, don’t they?

I wish I could be more enthusiastic. The only strategy I’ve ever liked is pure turn-based (ala Final Fantasy Tactics and Disgaea).

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