XCOM: Enemy Unknown Plus Rated For PS Vita In Korea
According to a listing on the official Korean rating board website, a version of XCOM is coming to PlayStation Vita. The board released rating for a PlayStation Vita game called XCOM: Enemy Unknown Plus.
It is quite possible that this game is going to be an exclusive for the Korean Market. However, 2K Games nor Sony has said a word about the project, so nothing can be said for sure.
Unlike Amazon and leaks from other retailers, the Korean rating board is a more reliable source when it comes to such information.
For those who don’t know, the same board leaked Resident Evil Revelations and Crysis, so we can expect this leak to be legit as well.
The document was filed by Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of 2K Games, publisher of XCOM: Enemy Unknown. No official word has been shared regarding this game but we’ll update you as soon more information is comes our way.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown came out back in 2012 and in the following year received an expansion called Enemy Within. A sequel to the game is currently under development at FirAxis Games.
According to some new details shared regarding the sequel, XCOM: Enemy Within isn’t part of the timeline:
It’s funny, because we talk about lore in Firaxis games, and the narrative isn’t exactly what compels us forward. But when we do talk about this timeline, again, it’s like Enemy Within never happened. Because you lost. You lost within the first third of the game.
For more on XCOM, stay-tuned.