Phoenix Point’s “Legacy of the Ancients” DLC Out Now on the Epic Games Store
Snapshot’s hit turn-based strategy game adds new story missions, units, enemies, maps and more in its biggest DLC yet
LOS ANGELES & SOFIA, Bulgaria — Aug. 25, 2020 — Phoenix Point, the turn-based strategy game from X-COM creator Julian Gollop and Snapshot Games, has just launched its biggest DLC yet. “Legacy of the Ancients” introduces tons of new story content and challenges and is available today for $9.99 on Windows PC and Mac via the Epic Games Store, as well as free for Season Pass and Ultra Edition owners. It was also revealed that Phoenix Point will soon be available on the Microsoft Store.
“Legacy of the Ancients” delves into the secrets of the Antediluvian Civilization that predated modern humans on Earth. Explore ancient ruins and use their secrets to research new Phoenix Point weapons and tech. But beware — the ancients left powerful guardians to watch over their knowledge, and you aren’t the only ones seeking control of it. “Legacy of the Ancients” delivers brutal challenges with:
- New! story missions, mission types, and cinematics.
- New! units, enemies, and deadly evolutions of old foes.
- New! environments and points of interest around the globe.
- New! fields of research plus weapons and armor to unlock.
Phoenix Point delivers a new breed of turn-based strategy and action against an alien invasion. Build global alliances, manage your base, and command your forces in battles with dynamic objectives and destructible environments. Procedurally generated maps, branching storylines with multiple endings, and enemies that mutate to counter your tactics ensure no two playthroughs are ever the same. Since launch, Snapshot Games has continued to build on the core Phoenix Point experience with free and premium DLC, as well as a variety of gameplay improvements driven by community feedback.
About Snapshot Games
Snapshot Games is an independent video game development studio founded in 2013 by Julian Gollop and David Kaye and headquartered in Sofia, Bulgaria. Gollop is recognized for creating the X-COM video game franchise in the 1990s with UFO: Enemy Unknown and X-COM: Apocalypse. Gollop also is the CEO of Snapshot Games. The company’s developers include industry veterans with years of prior experience working for studios like Ubisoft Sofia, Crytek Black Sea and more.