2K Games and Firaxis Games announced today that the Slingshot Content Pack, the first add-on content for the critically acclaimed XCOM: Enemy Unknown, is now available for purchase for PC, the Xbox 360 and PS3. The Slingshot Content Pack is available for $6.99 (PlayStation Network) / 560 Microsoft Points (Xbox LIVE) / $6.99 (Windows PC).
With the Slingshot Content Pack, players will meet an enigmatic Triad operative, divert an alien ship’s course, and do battle with the aliens in the skies over China in a new set of linked Council missions. The Slingshot Content Pack includes three new maps tied to the Council missions, a new playable squad character with a unique story and voice, and new character customization options.
Developed by the strategy experts at Firaxis Games, XCOM: Enemy Unknown released in October 2012 to wide critical acclaim. In XCOM: Enemy Unknown, players oversee combat strategies and individual unit tactics, as well as base management and resource allocation while playing as the commander of a secret global military organization, XCOM.
With equal emphasis on deep strategy and intense tactical combat , XCOM: Enemy Unknown allows gamers to control the fate of the human race by defending against a terrifying global alien invasion.
A free playable demo of XCOM: Enemy Unknown is available for Windows PC via Steam, Xbox 360 and PS3. Gamers who download the demo will be guided through two levels of the single-player tutorial campaign, experiencing the combat controls and effective tactics for defending humanity against the alien threat.
Enjoy the latest trailer for the Slingshot Content Pack!
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