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A 12 months after launch, the cooperative shooter set within the Alien universe, Aliens: Fireteam Elite, is getting its first boss battle. Starting Aug. 30, as a part of the sport’s paid Pathogen enlargement, gamers will have the ability to tackle a mutated Xenomorph Queen.

If you’re incredulously asking, “This Aliens game didn’t have the Xenomorph Queen, the ultimate boss of the movie Aliens, as a playable boss battle?” the reply is “sort of.” Players can encounter a Xenomorph Queen within the sport’s marketing campaign, however the mission is to flee from it, to not kill it.

That will change subsequent week, when Aliens: Fireteam Elite’s Pathogen enlargement goes stay on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. That enlargement will deliver greater than only a killable queen to Fireteam Elite, it is going to additionally deliver a brand new pressure of Xenomorph mutations, which have been contaminated with the “black goo” launched to the Alien fiction in Ridley Scott’s prequel, Prometheus. The Xenomorph Queen gamers will face down will likewise be all goo-ed up, and differ in look from the acquainted queen Ripley famously confronted in Aliens. You can see a sneak peek at of the Pathogen-mutated queen and her hive within the trailer above.

The Pathogen enlargement will deliver with it three new missions, new weapons and attachments, and a bunch of latest cosmetics, emotes, and different customization choices. The enlargement prices $14.99 as a stand-alone add-on. twentieth Century Games has two different buy choices: an Ultimate Edition Upgrade for current homeowners of Aliens: Fireteam Elite, which packs within the Pathogen enlargement and 5 Endeavor Pass DLCs for $29.99; and the Ultimate Edition, which incorporates the aforementioned add-ons and the bottom sport for $59.99.

For gamers pondering of getting again into Aliens: Fireteam Elite, developer Cold Iron Studios made it simpler to play with pals final month, because of a brand new cross-play characteristic that enabled multiplatform co-op throughout PC, PlayStation, and Xbox. Read Polygon’s evaluation to see if the sport’s best for you.



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