A few months ago, Ars Technic published a lengthy article detailing how to build an XCOM 2.5 Cocktail, the first of two codexes coming to XCom 2.7.
Since then, the game has gotten a lot better, and we’ve seen some great updates in the form of new factions, new weapons, and even a few new ships.
But it’s still a pretty small update.
And with the release of the codex itself, things get a lot bigger.
In this video, we take a look at how to create the final version of your XCom Cocktail.
It’s a fairly straight-forward process, but with the additional updates in codex 3, the result is a much larger and more powerful XCom.
So what’s new?
The new codex comes with the following additions: A new faction codex.
This codex is set in the fictional universe of the sci-fi video game XCOM: Enemy Unknown, where XCom was originally released in 2006.
The game is set on the alien planet known as “The Eridium,” where the aliens have been fighting against humanity for over a decade.
The Eridium has been a major battleground in the XCom universe, with both humans and aliens fighting over control of it.
It is home to the alien-human hybrid, and the two races are locked in a war of attrition.
The factions have a lot of different factions, but all have their own unique strengths and weaknesses.
Some factions specialize in one specific type of combat.
Others specialize in a specific area of combat (like an attack ship) and others specialize in an entire class (like infantry, or tanks).
For example, some factions specialize on anti-tank guns and others prefer infantry and armor.
You’ll also be able to unlock new perks to customize your new faction.
These perks are used in the game’s various classes and can unlock abilities that will boost your performance and make you a better fighter.
You also get access to new weapons like the Assault Rifle, Shotgun, or Rocket Launcher.
Each faction also has their own faction-specific upgrade tree that allows them to unlock even more cool new perks.
In the end, you get to choose your own path to becoming the best XCOM fighter.
If you’re a fan of the original XCOM game, then the new codeword will be a lot more interesting to you.
But if you’ve never played the game before, or you’re looking to get back into the franchise, the codewords will definitely make your XCOM experience more enjoyable.
How do I unlock it?
You can play the game and unlock it by defeating each of the four factions.
There are four factions, each with their own perks, weapons, equipment, and perks that will unlock.
You can also find the codenames in the bottom right of the screen.
For example: Xenobiology: The aliens of The Eridian.
They have a unique ability to turn humans into monsters.
They’re based on the Xenomorph from the first game.
Aces High Command: The XCom pilots of The Tau.
They specialize in close-quarter combat.
They’ve been on the frontline since the beginning of the war.
The Tau are the XCOM pilots of XCOM 2.
The XCOM2.0 version of the game features two XCom2.5 codenomes: XenoBorne and XenoCove.
The Xeno2.x codenome, like the Xeno1.x and Xenosoft 1.x versions, has been reworked to be more similar to the original.
XenoAces HighCommand: The Xenos operatives of The Liberators.
They work in the same way as the XCo pilots.
The Liberator is a xenos fighter in the original XCom game.
The two versions have been re-worked to reflect the new combat abilities in the new game.
XenoSoul: The XCOM soldiers of The Sons of Liberty.
They focus on close-range combat and can also use an enhanced version of their own “Grenade Launcher” to fire a small explosive ball.
The Sons have been active in the XCOM universe since XCOM 2, and have had some major changes to their weapons and tactics.
XCOM 2: The game’s second codename is XenoSoul.
The name is a pun on “Xenos”, the name of the Xenotech race, and “Soul”, the concept for an alien race.
Both Xeno and Soul are related to the xenomorphs of the first XCom, but are much different from the Xenos.
The new Xenos are not only significantly stronger than the Xenobes, but also have a much higher level of consciousness, as well as better genetics and more advanced weaponry.
XCOM: The original game’s two codenoms were: XCo and