Sci-fi strategy Phoenix Point sees its last official update for PC

Phoenix Point Complete Edition main Sci-fi strategy Phoenix Point sees its last official update for PC

X-COM creator Julian Gollop’s turn-based sci-fi strategy game Phoenix Point has seen its last official update on PC to coincide with the release of the game’s full edition. Out now, Phoenix Point: The Complete Edition includes all six DLC released so far. You can check out everything included in the package by watching the trailer below.

Games Devs Snapshot says the ‘Hastur’ update finally introduces the long-requested feature of Steam Workshop support to let players have a say in designing their own game content. To mark the launch of mod support, Snapshot has released their ‘Custom Campaign’ on Steam, which allows for more customization in the game than previously possible. They’ve also made all soldier skins free, including those previously only available on console, and added two new skins: Aztec Priest and Pandoran Technician.

Phoenix Point was originally released in December 2019. It has had decent DLC since then, such as Corrupt Horizons mechanics back in October, giant flying monsters in Festering Skies in May of last year, and underground robots. Legacy Of The Ancients in August 2020, just for example. There have been a number of free game updates along the way as well. The Complete Edition has packed all that into one handy package.

Jeremy Peel thought the game had “slightly hot dimensions” in his review of Phoenix Point. “It’s a game where you might be checking out a site, looking for surveillance, but instead you find an abandoned theme park that’s targeted at a group of hedge fund managers called the Lucrative Lads,” he said. “When you are afraid of a caterpillar that falls from the ceiling to the floor at your feet. When the cold utilitarianism trained by XCOM melts a little, and ideas start to influence your speech. ”

Phoenix Point: Complete Edition is out now on Steam, GOG, Epic Games Store and Microsoft Store for £24/$29/€29. It’s on Google Stadia too. There’s a demo up on Steam if you want to give Phoenix Point a go.

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