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Year one edition

Digital key for Phoenix Point: Year One Edition, the most complete version of Phoenix Point to date. Includes:
Phoenix Point
DLC 1 - Blood & Titanium
DLC 2 - Legacy of the Ancients
Living Weapons Pack
Original Soundtrack (Digital)
Digital Art Book


EXPANSION PASS

The Phoenix Point Expansion Pass contains three new and upcoming DLCs that offer new ways to play Phoenix Point, new campaigns, new classes, new vehicles, new enemies, and much, much more:
DLC 3 - Festering Skies (May 25th, 2021)
DLC 4 - Corrupted Horizons (TBD 2021)
DLC 5 - Chaos Engines (TBD 2021)
A copy of Phoenix Point: Year One Edition on the same platform is required to play expansion pass content.

Features

Phoenix Point: Year One Edition is the definitive version of the acclaimed strategy game from thecreator of X-COM, collecting all previously released DLC, updates, and additional content. It's up to youto lead the Phoenix Project: research and develop technologies, explore a ravaged globe, build yourbases, manage resources, and dominate the battlefield.

A mutating alien threat

You will face an alien threat that mutates and evolves in response to your tactics. Our procedural generation system for the aliens can generate a huge variety of challenges and surprises for you on the battlefield.

Turn-based Squad Battles

Deploy a squad of four or more soldiers and drones. Battles are turn based, with overwatch and return fire providing a great level of interaction. Spend willpower on special abilities to give you the edge in critical situations.

The Geoscape is reborn

The Geoscape gives you a strategic view of the world situation. From here you plan all your operations, construction, research and missions. You must attempt to make contact with Havens, discover scavenging sites and locate special Phoenix Project bases.

Intricate and Challenging Boss Battles

Face intense boss fights against large, mutating monsters. They may have multiple abilities for attack, defense, generating mist and spawning larvae. You will need to use body-part targeting to progressively disable these abilities.

Deep and Extensive Soldier Development and Customization

There are extensive skill trees for each class of soldier. Develop your skill knowledge from research and interaction with other human factions. Customize your soldiers appearance with unique gear from other factions.

A Vast Array of Weapons and Equipment

There is a large variety of weapons and equipment based on various technologies — some old, some new, and some quite alien. Each human faction has their own tech which you can acquire through trade or conflict. Combine and develop unique technologies through your own research.

Procedural, Destructible Environments

There are many different battle locations and environment types. Everything is potentially destructible.

Diverse and dynamic missions

Participate in a huge variety of missions, including: kidnaps, rescues, assassinations, sabotage, infiltration, Haven takeovers, base defense missions, assaults on alien bases and giant alien land walkers.

System requirements

MINIMUM

OS

Win 10, 8 and 7 SP1+ (64 bit)

Win 10, 8 and 7 SP1+ (64 bit

Processor

Intel Core i3 / AMD Phenom II X4

Intel Core i5 3GHz / AMD Ryzen 3 3.1 GHz or better

Memory

8 GB RAM

16 GB RAM

Graphics

Nvidia GeForce GTX 950 / AMD Radeon R9 270x

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 / AMD Radeon RX 480

DirectX

Version 11

Version 11

Storage

30 GB available space

30 GB available space

Sound Card

DirectSound Compatible

DirectSound compatible

MINIMUM

OS

Mac OSX 10.13 64bit

Mac OSX 10.15 64bit

CPU

Intel Core i3

Intel Core i5

memory

8 GB RAM

16 GB RAM

Graphics

AMD Radeon Pro 560

AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64

There’s slow-burn greatness in Phoenix Point

Rock, Paper, Shotgun

One of the most nuanced and entertaining strategy games in quite some time

Trusted Reviews

A powerful propulsion back through... 25 years of alien-fighting nostalgia

Eurogamer