One year later launchcooperative shooter set in the Alien universe, Aliens: Fireteam Elite, is its first boss battle. Starting August 30, as part of a paid game Germs expansion, players will be able to take on a mutated Xenomorph Queen.
If you’re in doubt ask, “This Alien game doesn’t have the Xenomorph Queen, the movie’s final boss. Alienas one playable boss battle? ” the answer is “sort of.” The player can encounter the Xenomorph Queen in the game’s campaign, but the task is to escape it, not kill it.
That will change next week, when Aliens: Fireteam upstream‘S Germs The expansion releases directly on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. That expansion will deliver more than just a killable queen. Fireteam Eliteit will also bring in a new line of Xenomorph mutants, already infected with the “black goo” introduced in the Alien novels in the Ridley Scott prequel, Prometheus. Xenomorph Queen players will have to face all of them will be exposed, and have a difference in appearance from the familiar queen that Ripley has faced in the past. Alien. You can get a sneak peek at the mutant queen and her hive in the trailer above.
The Germs The expansion will bring with it three new missions, new weapons and attachments, and a bunch of new cosmetics, emojis, and other customization options. The expansion costs $14.99 as a standalone add-on. The 20th Century game has two other purchase options: the Ultimate Edition Upgrade for current owners of Aliens: Fireteam Elite, bundle in the Pathogen expansion and five DLC Endeavor Pass for $29.99; and Ultimate Edition, which includes the aforementioned add-ons and base game for $59.99.
For players thinking of coming back Aliens: Fireteam Elite, developer Cold Iron Studios made playing with friends even easier last month, thanks to a new cross-play feature that enables cross-platform co-op on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox. Read Reviews of Polygon to see if the game is right for you.