Phoenix Point: New images available from the Corrupted Horizons DLC

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Snapshot Games, in collaboration with Saber Minsk and Prime Matter, has released a series of new screenshots for Phoenix Point showing the Mutoid units of the new DLC: Corrupted Horizons. DLC-4 will be available to play on October 1st on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with the launch of Phoenix Point: Behemoth Edition, which marks the console debut of the full strategy game with all four major DLC expansions, including DLC-4.

Phoenix Point: New Corrupted Horizons images available

DLC-4 introduces the deadly new Corruption Effect, which can affect your soldiers’ willingness to fight. But a new allied unit, the Mutoids, can help counter this threat; a human-Pandoran hybrid immune to corruption.

Mutoid abilities can be acquired by any class known to the player, allowing them to combine powers in new and exciting ways. But the Mutoids cost the Mutagens to produce, evolve with new abilities, and heal when injured, adding an element of risk to their tactical advantages.

For the development team, bringing Phoenix Point to the console meant redesigning the interface and control scheme to ensure every action was intuitive on the controllers. Rather than simply mirroring mouse controls, actions are assigned to specific buttons and menus are divided into accessible tabs. Additionally, an on-screen legend helps ensure that players always know what actions they can and cannot perform at any given time.

Phoenix Point: New images available from the Corrupted Horizons DLC

Phoenix Point: Behemoth Edition includes all major DLC released for the game up to and including DLC-4, as well as console-exclusive skins. The game will run at 1080 | 30 FPS on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X players will be able to experience the game at 4K | 60 FPS, with a free update coming after launch.

Phoenix Point: Year One Edition is available on PC Steam, Epic Games Store, Microsoft Store, and Google Stadia.