XCOM 2: War of the Chosen Crack/Patch

XCOM 2: War of the Chosen XCOM 2: War of the Chosen adds extensive new content in the fight against ADVENT when additional resistance factions form in order to eliminate the alien threat on Earth. In response, a new enemy, known as the “Chosen,” emerges with one goal: recapture the Commander. This expansion includes new Hero classes to counter the “Chosen”, new enemies, missions, environments and increased depth in strategic gameplay.

Download XCOM 2: War of the Chosen Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 90 / 100
User rating
7.8
Downloads 1791
Genre Strategy, Turn-Based, Tactics
Company / Developer
2K Games / Firaxis Games

XCOM 2: War of the Chosen reviews ( 7 )

op8, Aug 30, 2017

The bar has been lifted. XCOM 2 was great, now with WotC it's an epic masterpiece. A no-brainer 9.5/10 (only because nothing can ever be truly 10/10).

Mxm0, Jan 17, 2018

Age 34 Fav Games - Skyrim, Witcher 3, Mass Effect Trilogy, Stellaris, Sins of a Solar Empire, Company of Heroes 2, Divinity Original Sin 1+2 *Immersion and/or Strategy for me* Xcom 2 was already a good game, worthy of 88-90 on metacritic. With all the DLC and WotC it is now one of the very best strategy games ever made (I've played just a few of them..) It is seriously fantastic and has so much content, so many good ideas. I'm a bit disappointed in the 7.7 user review here.. This game is now atleast as good as D:OS2 but marked harshly... But I believe it's all due to one thing. THE GODDAMN DIFFICULTY LEVEL!!! It's BIGGEST, WORST, UNACCEPTABLE MISTAKE FIRAXIS. Most people are not strategy game veterans like myself and my mates that love this game. They get hammered by Xcom's four difficulty settings. Please change the first three firaxis, people are disliking your game because your difficulty settings don't match their expectations and they are getting frustrated, this would have earned you several more points on metacritic. No one wants to select rookie difficulty, do an analysis, it's a psychological thing. Rookie - This is really normal difficulty in any other game - you don't have an easy mode! Veteran - This is the second mode, this is really hard mode Commander - This is insane difficulty, for someone who has over 100 hours in the game Legend - Only for lock-ins playing the game with a rock band controller, full back xcom tattoo and a whip setting on the bench, for when they kill their soldiers

Hohum, Sep 7, 2017

The icing, on what was already a delicious cake. WotC adds a whole lot of new layers to the existing XCOM 2 experience and tries to deal with the issue of late-game repetition, resulting in a rounder and more rewarding game. Many encounters are made more challenging by the appearance of a Chosen, and they're a constant thorn in your side until dealt with. The Chosen work in much the same way as the Avatar Project - forcing the player to choose between trying to take them on earlier and potentially suffer heavy casualties, versus leaving them alone until the later game, by which point it may be too late. As mentioned, the addition of some new enemy types, map layouts and game modes will keep most XCOM fans happy for a long while.

Mandulum, Oct 9, 2017

Five Word Review: A great thing made greater. Favorite Thing: The Chosen and a nice component and challenge to otherwise standard missions. Least Favorite Thing: Very little changes to the base game, story, etc. Date Completed: 2017-09-30 Playtime: 60h (100% research) Enjoyment: 8/10 Recommendation: If you haven't played XCOM 2 before or it has been a while, yes.

GoneTomrrow, Sep 14, 2017

I'm very glad to see that Firaxis is still producing DLC for this game. I'm mostly very satisfied with the WOTC DLC, so if you enjoyed the base game, then it's worth the investment. Pros: 1. A lot of new weapons and gear. 2. Factions and faction orders give the game more depth, and the three new classes are fun. 3. The Chosen themselves are fairly tough opponents. 4. Breakthrough and inspired research give more life to that aspect of the game and the bonuses are appropriate. 5. All previous DLC has been streamlined into the game, sparing you the extra missions and cut scenes. Cons: 1. The Chosen are kind of boring and uninspired. They can be challenging in combat, but not as much as the Rulers. They talk CONSTANTLY during missions and while in the Geoscape, which is the most annoying part of the game. After defeating the Chosen, it's just back to the vanilla game. If you've beaten the game numerous times, then this is kind of a let down as WOTC doesn't span the length of the game in a meaningful way, other than adding some extra cut scenes at the end. 2. WOTC doesn't add much story to the game at all, just a few extra cut scenes. I, and probably others, were hoping for a more interstellar scope, one which might shed more light on the Ethereals. Considering that the vanilla game drops a pretty obvious hint to possible sequels in the final cut scene, I had hoped DLC wouid go this direction, but if it's intent is still to suggest a future XCOM 3 altogether, then I'm fine with it.

TheWaffle, Sep 14, 2017

This is a must-buy if you enjoyed XCOM 2. War of the Chosen adds new soldier classes, technology, and missions. There are new persistent enemies in the Chosen, new retaliation missions, resistance groups that add great flavor to the world, covert operations, soldier bonds, etc. I wish they'd paced things out a bit more though, the sheer amount of mechanics introduced at the start can be overwhelming even for XCOM vets, and I would not recommend this expansion for your first play-through. I would have liked to see some more tweaks to the main campaign, the final 1/3rd still feels like a forgone conclusion once you get your troopers up to god-tier, especially with the new extra ability unlocks. Ironman Commander Difficulty was not much of a challenge, and where I think they made the DLC ruler aliens too OP, I think the Chosen were a little bit under-powered. More story missions involving the Lost and more diversity in the Avatar facility missions would have also been welcome. I expect the Mod community to have a field-day with all of the new changes, and new campaign options allow you to customize the game to your experience. I'll be back in another month for my Legend Ironman playthrough, wish me luck!

BLADELING, Nov 14, 2017

The only strategy here is to play with the phone while the numerous enemies make their long turns through numerous, and repetitive, cutscenes. Really: it's boring. The other "small" problem is that - after waiting - you have little to reason because almost every mission has limited turns.