#1289 Updated Phoenix Point v1.6 + 2 DLC + 3 Bonus OSTs
Genres/Tags: Strategy, Tactics, First-person, Third-person, 3D, Pausable real-time, Turn-based
Company: Snapshot Games
Original Size: 18.1 GB
Repack Size: from 9.9 GB [Selective Download]
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- Based on Phoenix.Point.Cthulhu-CODEX ISO release: codex-phoenix.point.cthulhu.iso (19,402,031,104 bytes)
- 2 DLCs are included and activated: Living Gun & Blood and Titanium; game version is v1.6
- 100% Lossless & MD5 Perfect: all files are identical to originals after installation
- NOTHING ripped, NOTHING re-encoded
- Selective Download feature: you can skip downloading and installing of bonus OSTs
- Significantly smaller archive size (compressed from 18.1 to 9.9/10.2 GB)
- Installation takes 5-12 minutes (depending on your system)
- After-install integrity check so you could make sure that everything installed properly
- HDD space after installation: up to 23 GB
- Language can be changed in game settings
- At least 2 GB of free RAM (inc. virtual) required for installing this repack
Phoenix Point puts players in the midst of a desperate fight to take back the Earth from a mutating, alien menace. Featuring turn-based tactical combat on procedurally generated maps, and resource management on a global scale, Phoenix Point offers endless replayability and a brutal challenge.
Following a global environmental disaster, the Pandoravirus appeared and began reshaping creatures, including humans, into hideous mutants. Unable to stop the progress of the virus, much of human civilization was wiped out — only small enclaves remain, separated by their principles and the vast landscape. The Phoenix Project, an ancient failsafe against global catastrophe is the only hope to unite mankind and take back the planet.
Lead the Phoenix Project from its base at Phoenix Point. Research and develop new technologies and techniques, plan operations, build alliances to unite the planet– or simply destroy your rivals. It’s up to you to save the planet and rebuild civilization, but there may be much more to the alien threat than meets the eye.