It is the year 2938. The long wished-for encounter of the X Universe and the Earth holds both joy and sorrow for the people. Despite flourishing trade, the clash of the diverse races, cultures and life forms creates new tensions, mistrust and open conflict that need to be overcome!Read full description
It is the year 2938. The long wished-for encounter of the X Universe and the Earth holds both joy and sorrow for the people. Despite flourishing trade, the clash of the diverse races, cultures and life forms creates new tensions, mistrust and open conflict that need to be overcome!
Experience the brilliant climax of the legendary X-Trilogy , and take your place in the history of the X Universe.
Largest X Universe ever.
New faction: the Terrans – inhabitants of the Earth.
More jobs and non-linear missions than ever before.
More than 100 new spaceships, new ship classes and weapon systems.
Re-designed user interface for comfortable control by mouse, keyboard and joystick.
New group management tool.
Large battleships can be boarded by an outside team.
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X3:Terran Conflict is what X3:Reunion should've been. They took all the good parts of X3, and fixed most of the issues with it. Like other games in the X-series, the plot isn't great but the universe and the lore behind it is good, and the open sandbox universe is incredibly fun to play. You can forego on the plot entirely and lose yourself for hundreds of hours in the universe - delving in Side missions, trading, smuggling, combat (both as a pirate and as a fighter defending against aliens and pirates), build massive factories and space stations and erect massive fleets comprising of massive capital ships with dozens and even hundreds of fighters. Or just kick back and watch the living universe as NPCs and maintaing the universe, commerce ships flying about supporting commerce, new stations being built as old ones are removed. The game also features a large modding library allowing for infinite replayability.
Terran Conflict adds a new faction, a huge new campaign, an a mass of new ships and weaponry. The interface is more streamlined, and it even makes the original game look better. On top of all that, there are new management options and the ability to board hostile ships. This expansion adds so much for such a minuscule pricepoint.
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