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New Ufo Type and Weapons Now Available in X-Com Like Xenonauts 2

Written by Marcello TBL

Xenonauts 2

The 1.3 patch introduces a new UFO type, weapons, vehicles, and more in the biggest update to date

In an exciting development for fans of strategic combat games, Hooded Horse’s XCOM-style strategy game, Xenonauts 2, showcases remarkable progress as it advances through its early access phase. Today marks a significant milestone for the game with the release of its largest update yet – the eagerly awaited 1.3 patch.

Developed by Goldhawk Interactive, the 1.3 update introduces an array of new challenges and enhancements to the Xenonauts 2 experience. A highlight of this update is the introduction of a new UFO type, and to counter these extraterrestrial advancements, players can look forward to deploying “ultimate” tier dropships and interceptors alongside an arsenal of fusion weapons.

However, acquiring some of these powerful new weapons will require players to capture them from their alien adversaries, adding a thrilling layer of strategy to the game.

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Beyond the headline features, the 1.3 patch enriches the Xenonauts 2 world with a plethora of additional content. Players can anticipate new missions, enhancements to the game’s mechanics, and an expanded arsenal to explore. As is customary, this update also includes a comprehensive round of bug fixes and quality-of-life improvements, ensuring a smoother and more engaging gameplay experience.

Stay tuned for more updates as Xenonauts 2 progresses through its early access journey. For a detailed breakdown of all the new features and improvements included in the 1.3 update, be sure to check out the change log here.

Xenonauts 2 is available in early access on PC through Steam, GOG, and the Epic Games Store for a base price of $39.99 / £34.99 / €39.99 / ¥4,980. From now until March 4, Xenoanuts 2 will be available at a 30% discount.


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Marcello TBL

Italian Dad in love with Turn-Based RPGs and Indie Games. In 2018 he started Turn Based Lovers and now he can't live without it.