This rebellion-themed content pack introduces more than 100 new exotic customizations for the entire arsenal of armors available to your XCOM soldiers. These options are purely cosmetic and do not alter the stats of a soldier.Read full description
This rebellion-themed content pack introduces more than 100 new exotic customizations for the entire arsenal of armors available to your XCOM soldiers. These options are purely cosmetic and do not alter the stats of a soldier.
This content is part of the XCOM2 Reinforcement Pack and the XCOM2 Digital Deluxe Edition. If you already purchased the XCOM2 Reinforcement Pack or the XCOM2 Digital Deluxe Edition, DO NOT purchase this content here as you will be charged again.
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This DLC is not that bad - if you care about customising your soldiers and give every single one a distinct feel, this will be right up your alley, since it is full of skins, masks, hairstyles and all of that stuff to the brim. If you want to make your soldiers look like people straight out from Mad Max set, this is for you. For what it is, it's actually good, although it doesn't change the gameplay much. Recommended only if you care about looks.
The Anarchy's Children DLC adds new helmets, face paint, leg options, torso options, lower face, and it also gives you some new categories for left and right arm and shoulder options. The new appearance options include a lot of cyberpunk styled options or things that you would expect to see the enemies in Borderlands wearing. There a few different things like samurai masks and aviator goggles. Some of the new arm, leg, and torso options are nice letting you have vests, shorts, a wider option of pants, or to have bare arms to better show off tattoos possibly with smaller gauntlets or shoulder guards added. Feels like they should have added some tattoo options with the style they were going for. Whether or not you will like this DLC depends on how much you like the style they are going for, and for the most part it doesn't appeal to me, but they did a good job with what they did add. You also have modders adding this kind of stuff for free so that might also cause you to reconsider buying this by itself.
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