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XCOM: Enemy Unknown is a New Turn-Based XCOM

Posted on Thursday, January 5 @ 22:17:55 Eastern by

GameInformer's latest cover reveal features a guy with a gun and a 1950s inspired alien in the spotlight. That means NEW XCOM, but not the new XCOM you'd expect.

2K's XCOM reboot, or Mass EffeXCOM as I like to call it, has been pushed out to 2013 with this new turn-based title from Sid Meier's Firaxis studio titled XCOM: Enemy Unknown. The alien hunting strategy game also blends in the political process you might expect to see from a civ title as agents will be dealing with government bodies in their missions.

XCOM: Enemy Unknown is due out on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC this Fall.
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