XCOM® 2 Now Available Worldwide

Join XCOM and reclaim Earth from alien rule in highly anticipated

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and Firaxis
announced today that XCOM®
, the sequel to the Game of the Year* award-winning
strategy title, is now available worldwide for Windows-based PC, as well
as Mac and Linux via Feral Interactive. XCOM 2 already has
critics raving with IGN awarding it a 9.3 out of 10 and saying, “XCOM
is an amazing game”, along with PC Gamer writing,
“We’ll play this forever,” and awarding it a 94% out of 100%. Game
Informer Magazine
also wrote that XCOM 2 is
“one of the deepest and most rewarding strategy games on the market” and
awarded it a 9.5 out of 10.

“Firaxis is taking the XCOM franchise to a whole new level with XCOM
’s epic story and replayability factor, making it the most
thrilling game in the series,” said Christoph Hartmann, president of 2K.
XCOM 2 is a worthy successor to the award-winning
XCOM: Enemy Unknown
, and is already receiving outstanding
reviews from critics.

In XCOM 2, humanity lost the war against the alien threat
that has established a new world order on Earth. XCOM, formerly a secret
paramilitary organization, is largely forgotten and must strike back
from the shadows to reclaim Earth from the aliens’ rule and free mankind
from their evil plans.

“The XCOM 2 team strived to create a sequel to XCOM:
Enemy Unknown that gamers would love and want play over and over
again,” said Jake Solomon, creative director of XCOM 2 at
Firaxis Games. “Adding in features that set it apart from previous XCOM
games was important to us, like a unique new narrative, more varied
and powerful aliens, procedurally-generated levels and modding support.
The team is hugely appreciative and humbled by the positive response so
far, and we hope that strategy and sci-fi fans will enjoy the game as
much as we enjoyed making it.”

Players who pre-order or pre-purchase XCOM 2 or the XCOM
2 Digital Deluxe Edition
will also receive the Resistance
Warrior Pack
, offering additional soldier customization options
such as bonus outfits, headgear, and custom facial war paint. The Resistance
Warrior Pack
 also includes a “Survivor of the Old War,” a new
XCOM recruit who will appear in the Avenger’s barracks.

XCOM 2 is rated T for Teen by the ESRB and is now
available for Windows-based PC for $59.99. XCOM 2 is also
available for Mac and Linux by Feral Interactive. For more information,
please visit www.XCOM.com,
become a fan on Facebook,
follow the game on Twitter
or subscribe to XCOM on YouTube.

For more information on the Mac and Linux version, Please visit http://www.feralinteractive.com,
find Feral Interactive on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/feralgames
or Facebook http://www.facebook.com/feralinteractive.

*XCOM: Enemy Unknown was named 2012 Game of the Year by the following
GameTrailersGiantBomb, and

Firaxis Games is a 2K studio. 2K is a publishing label of Take-Two
Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTWO).

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**According to 2008 – 2015 Metacritic.com
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About Firaxis Games

Firaxis Games™ is one of the world’s premier game development studios,
and home of legendary designer Sid Meier. Firaxis has developed some of
the most successful and award-winning PC and video games on the market
today, including the award-winning Sid Meier’s Civilization® series,
featuring the recently released expansion pack for Sid Meier’s
Civilization: Beyond Earth™ for Windows PC, Sid Meier’s Civilization:
Beyond Earth – Rising Tide for Windows PC, Sid Meier’s Civilization V
for Windows PC, as well as the critically acclaimed expansion packs, Sid
Meier’s Civilization V: Brave New World and Sid Meier’s Civilization V:
Gods and Kings for Windows PC. Firaxis also released the 2012 Game of
the Year award-winning XCOM®: Enemy Unknown for Windows PC, the Xbox
360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®3
computer entertainment system, and Apple iOS, along with the critically
acclaimed expansion pack XCOM: Enemy Within for Windows PC, the Xbox 360
video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation3
computer entertainment system, and Apple iOS. Firaxis Games is owned by
Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc., and is part of its 2K publishing
label. For more information about Firaxis and its games can be found at www.firaxis.com.

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