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Fight With Flair With XCOM 2's 'Anarchy Children' DLC

Next week, you’ll be able to provide your XCOM soldiers with additional customization options in XCOM 2’s first DLC pack, Anarchy’s Children.

The pack will include over 100 cosmetic options for each soldier, such as new hairstyles, armor, masks, helmets and face paints. You can make your units can stand out from each other on the battlefield or look like a band of menacing humans that could intimidate the alien ADVENT forces.

Anarchy’s Children is the first wave of DLC that comes with the Reinforcement Pack. Two more add-ons are on their way sometime in the summer. Alien Hunters will add more customization options as well as new enemies, weapons and armor. Shen’s Last Gift will also introduce a new mission and another soldier class.

If you don’t own the Reinforcement Pack, you can buy it and get access to all three DLC batches for $19.99. Alternatively, you can purchase Anarchy’s Children by itself for $4.99 when it comes out on March 17.

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  • tbjamies
    I love this game. However until they fix the %hit math it is unplayable. Please concentrate your efforts on that. DLC's are not important if the game is broken.
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  • thundervore
    I love this game but after playing it on Veteran and completing it im on my second play through it have annoying bugs.

    When Vipers and Archons are dodging my 98% hit shots and getting grazed with a 85% hit chance something is wrong.

    Also in my entire play through I have only encountered 1 berserker! And that was the base defense mission which is rare, this makes the overdrive serum useless as its a one time use only item and requires berserkers corpse to create.

    Berserker encounter needs to be fixed
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  • Provoker9714
    I love this game. However until they fix the %hit math it is unplayable. Please concentrate your efforts on that. DLC's are not important if the game is broken.

    if by %hit math you mean the number in the mission end screen, I heard that it only counts the shots that you fired during your turn and not the overwatch shots. Either way it's has no effect on gameplay so I don't see how it's unplayable.
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  • Provoker9714
    I love this game. However until they fix the %hit math it is unplayable. Please concentrate your efforts on that. DLC's are not important if the game is broken.
    when you say %hit math do you mean the one in the mission debrief screen? I've read that it only counts the shots you actively take during your turn and does not count over watch shots. either way that number has no impact on the gameplay and does so it's hard to agree with your opinion that it's "unplayable"
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  • tbjamies
    Yeah i put this game on pause until they fix the %hit math. LOVE this game but its unplayable until they fix that.
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