XCOM 2 Anarchy's Children DLC is out now

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Fashion is among the most important aspects of XCOM 2. There are definitely other major points of interest – the fight to save humankind, the fight to keep your marksman (who is your mum) alive – but making sure everyone looks good is arguably more important.

The new DLC pack, Anarchy's Children, is all about making your soldiers look better. It introduces over 100 new exotic customization options in the form of new hair styles, face paints, armor, decals, helmets, masks and more. The pack costs US$4.99 on its own, but also comes as part of the previously released Reinforcement Pack. It's out right now.

Meanwhile, a patch has been released to coincide with the DLC. In addition to making way for the Anarchy's Children garb, a new Zip Mode gameplay option has been introduced which increases the speed of certain animations for the impatient among us. There are also some other minor fixes, listed below. Check out the exhaustive patch notes here.

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

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