Jan 08, 2017 07:00 AM EST
'XCOM 2' Included In Humble Bundle For Only 12 Dollars! 'Long War' Mod Coming To PC Detailed! [VIDEO]
Most fans and avid gamers alike are always on the lookout for some of the best deals being offered out there on their favorite titles, especially when it's a triple-A game that has garnered a lot of success. Such is the case for "XCOM 2," which was released as part of the upcoming Humble Bundle. Moreover, fans of the acclaimed game can expect a sequel to the popular "Long War" mod to the PC, according to sources.
It was recently reported that "XCOM 2" has been revealed as one of the games to be included in the latest Humble Bundle, Gamespot has learned. It was stated therein that the game was announced ahead of time for February's Humble Monthly, which is a bundled subscription by Humbe Bundle that is similar to Loot Crate.
Moreover, fans who are interested in getting the acclaimed "XCOM 2" game can subscribe on getting next month's Humble Monthly, which is priced at only 12 US dollars. The source pointed out that for that price, it would mark the cheapest price the game has ever received. The game has never been sold for anything less than 30 US dollars on Steam.
Also, fans who purchase the Humbe Bundle that features "XCOM 2" can redeem the game via Steam. As such, the source even went on to convince fans that getting the bundle will already be worth every penny spent.
For new subscribers who are on the fence of getting "XCOM 2" along with the Humbe Bundle can also refer to last month's full listing to see whether or not it is worth subscribing or not. January's Humble Month included games such as, "Project Cars," "Mother Russia Bleeds," "Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide," "The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky," "Neon Chrome," "Jotun," "Hopiko," and "Kimmy."
In other news, fans can also expect a sequel of the popular "Long War" mod to be coming to the PC version of the game, iDigital Times reported. It was said that "Long War 2" will be coming to "XCOM 2" on PC courtesy of Pavonis Interactive (who created the original mod) in partnership with the game's publisher, Firaxis.
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