Rated earlier this year in Korea, XCOM: Enemy Unknown Plus for PlayStation Vita has now been rated by the ESRB, all but confirming that the game is coming soon.
While the ESRB doesn’t give us any new details on this Plus version, it does recap what Enemy Unknown is about:
This is a strategy game in which players must save present-day Earth from an alien invasion. As players manage resources, research weapon technology, and monitor alien presence, they can dispatch squads of soldiers to attack human- and insect-like creatures in turn-based combat. From a 3/4-top-down perspective, players use assault rifles, grenades, and other military-grade weapons to kill nearby enemies. Battles are accompanied by intermittent cut-scenes that depict close-up (e.g., over-the-shoulder) instances of violence: soldiers getting impaled or beaten to death by alien creatures; realistic explosions that result in larger blood sprays. If an alien “implants” an egg into a dead human, the character will eventually explode amid additional gibbing effects. Some scenes depict dead or dying soldiers whose bodies are burned or mutilated. The words “f**k,” “sh*t,” and “a*shole” can be heard in the dialogue.
You can check out our PlayStation 3 review of Enemy Unknown over here.
When 2K gives out any information for XCOM: Enemy Unknown Plus, we’ll let you know.
[Source: ESRB; Screenshot is from the PS3 version]