Anarchy’s Children features over 100 new exotic customization options for your soldiers, including new hair styles, face paints, armor, lower face props, decals, helmets, masks and more. Your soldiers will strike fear into ADVENT and its alien overlords with menacing tactical styles that run the gamut from post-apocalyptic to the downright deranged.
If you don’t already own the Reinforcement Pack, which includes Anarchy’s Children and two future pieces of DLC, you can purchase Anarchy’s Children individually for $4.99. If you have already purchased the Reinforcement Pack, do not also purchase Anarchy’s Children on its own, as you will be charged for it.
Additionally, we’ve also just issued a major patch for XCOM 2. Details here: https://xcom.com/news/en-xcom-2-patch-now-live
Please note: You must have a Steam account in order to download Anarchy’s Children, as well as XCOM 2.
The team has put out a patch to prepare the game for the enhanced customization in Anarchy’s Children. This patch also provides a few minor changes that will affect the base game including soldiers now having four new slots to attach additional pieces of armor: left/right arm and left/right shoulder. While Anarchy’s Children gives players new armor pieces to be used in these slots, anyone with the base game can also take advantage of this update. And DLC is not required for modders, who can already begin creating new customizations for these slots.
Changes included in this patch:
- Anarchy’s Children compatibility changes
- Players will now be able to press “Load Anyways” when loading a save when the mods used are not present
- Fixed the sort order of available targets in shot HUD
- Corrected an issue causing Grenadier’s demolition to fail to update the target’s cover status
- Adds “Zip Mode” description text