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Aliens: Fireteam Elite has quickly received its first major content patch in the Season 1 Update featuring a new class, weapons, armor, and more. The biggest change is adding a new class for players to use, and the best part is that it's 100% free for all players. That's right; everyone who picks up Aliens: Fireteam Elite and has the latest update installed will have access to the brand new Phalanx class.
New upcoming content in Aliens: Fireteam Elite includes new classes, outfits, and more. It's no secret that there is post-launch content coming to Aliens: Fireteam Elite; the game launched with a content pass, after all. What is interesting, however, is what some of that content has been unveiled to be.
There are a plethora of unlockables tied to your rank in Aliens: Fireteam Elite, here are some of the best strategies to level up fast and hit max rank. Leveling up in Aliens: Fireteam Elites, which can take a substantial amount of time, awards you with more gear, cosmetics, and abilities.
The Recon class is Aliens: Fireteam Elite's resident sniper support class and requires players to first unlock it before it's useable. The Recon Class is a sniper/support class which allows players the utility of marking far-off enemies for all players to see, as well as providing long-range sniper support. The Recon class pairs exceptionally with Demolishers, but is an overall great support for any team compositions.
What makes Aliens: Fireteam Elite such a blast to play is how much it makes you feel like a Colonial Marine fighting through a hive of Xenomorphs. Everything from the radar blip sounds, the smart gun and pulse rifle bursts, the hissing of approaching Xenomorphs, to all the different M3 Pattern Personnel Armor customization options feels authentically Aliens in a way that shows a respect and fondness to the source material that this medium hasn't seen before.
Not sure if you want to be playing as a soldier from WW2 or a super soldier from the future? Well Battlefield Portal has the solution.
Originally debuting in December of 2001 on the 2nd generation of consoles, Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance has made its way back into the spotlight once again. We will be seeing a rerelease of the original Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance arriving to consoles and PC's this Friday, May 7th.
The Outriders demo is live now on Playstation 5, Xbox Series X, Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Steam. The demo is around 22gbs to download.
First and foremost, in order to redeem any of the free content in Red Dead Online , you will need to link your Rockstar account with your Amazon Prime account.