Review by Joe Bidder
Are you considering to buy XCOM 2: War of the Chosen? A very detailed review that shows you what XCOM 2: War of the Chosen is actually like on the inside.
The final fascinating piece of XCOM 2: War of the Chosen is in the game’s effect mode. This allows you to take on different challenges that have been set forth by the developers. This will put you in the shoes of the many different units of XCOM, including Advent, Alien, and other characters. Your objectives vary from challenge to effect, simplya global leaderboard keeps track of your successes or failures. You remove watch replays of your challenges, look at leaderboards and others replays to see how they tackled a specific action. It’s an sorb mechanic that appears to give you one shot at enthralling on a specific challenge, and then letting you stack those results against the world, while allowing all to see.
“It’s not a simple series of a missions. It’s a complete overhaul to the way that XCOM 2 is played”
To access War of the Chosen, players must start a new game and what they’ll find is that all of the new content has been laced into XCOM 2. It’s not a simple series of a missions. It’s a complete overhaul to the way that XCOM 2 is played, with new characters, new environments, new weapons, new enemies, new gameplay systems, it’s almost like an entirely new game. War of the Chosen is one of the strangest pieces of downloadable content I’ve played. It basically introduces all of these new characters and narrative into the game to build upon what was already there. So think about War of the Chosen this way… You’re playing XCOM 2 with the same underlying storyline, but there’s a whole new cast of characters, enemies, factions, and strategy layers that weren’t there before. This implementation could’ve broken what didn’t need much fixing. Instead, the results are incredible, with War of the Chosen being a compelling reason to come back to XCOM 2.