Phoenix Point launches December 3 for PC, Q1 2020 for Xbox One, and later in 2020 for PS4

PlayStation 4 version newly announced.

Phoenix Point

Phoenix Point will launch for PC via the Epic Games Store on December 3 at 10:00 a.m. PT / 1:00 p.m. ET, followed by Xbox One in Q1 2020 and PlayStation 4 later in 2020, developer Snapshot Games announced.

Phoenix Point is a new strategy game from the creator of the original X-COMseries. It features turn-based tactics and world-based strategy in “a fight against a terrifying, alien menace,” which will mutate and evolve in response to your tactics, “creating a huge variety of challenges and surprises for you on the battlefield.”

The game will be available in the following editions:

Base Edition ($39.99)

  • Phoenix Point digital download
  • Digital game manual

Deluxe Edition ($59.99)

  • Phoenix Point digital download
  • Digital game manual
  • Desktop wallpaper
  • Alien “Living Gun” set (digital in-game item)
  • Alien Chitin armor set (digital in-game item)
  • Digital art book
  • The Compendium

Ultra Edition ($79.99)

  • Phoenix Point digital download
  • Digital game manual
  • Desktop wallpaper
  • Alien “Living Gun” set (digital in-game item)
  • Alien Chitin armor set (digital in-game item)
  • Digital art book
  • The Compendium
  • Season Pass

And here are the Season Pass and pre-order bonus details:

Season Pass ($29.99)

  • DLC 1: Blood and Titanium ($4.99 separately)
  • DLC 2: Legacy of the Ancients ($9.99 separately)
  • DLC 3: Festering Skies ($9.99 separately)
  • DLC 4 ($4.99 separately)
  • DLC 5 ($9.99 separately)

Pre-Order Bonus

  • Digital soundtrack
  • Mokushi – AM3 digital album

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