Xcom 2 Nude Mods ((INSTALL))
Xcom 2 Nude Mods
the one thing about these mods, and any mod, is that they can be used in any order. you can put the box of mod shells on the table and go from there. you can have the box of mod shells on the table and go from there. you can have the bio troops mod on the table and go from there. you can have the box of mod shells on the table and have the bio troops mod on the table and go from there. the only thing you can’t do is have both mod boxes on the table at the same time, unless you’re willing to have the guy from castle crabs turn into freddy krueger and do both of those mods.
the a.i. of xcom 2 is pretty well-balanced, but there are a few ways to do some small tweaks to the difficulty of missions. the a. difficulty and easy ai difficulty mods are the easiest ways to do this. however, if you want to increase the difficulty more, you can get better results by tweaking the difficulty of both the a. and enemy difficulty. to do this, you need to use the difficulty-specific mods for the a. finally, you can increase the challenge by adding a new difficulty to the game called hard. the hard difficulty basically makes the game harder, and adds new mechanics to each mission.
if you enjoy the daily quests for more xp, then mission items and xp bonus is one of the best mods for xcom 2. it gives you a much-needed xp bonus and allows you to use the mission items that give you xp bonuses. the best thing about this mod is it has more missions, more types of missions, and more xp bonuses. it also has more money making missions, so the soldiers will get better training.
the multiplayer-only mission rewards mod is the best mod for the xcom 2 multiplayer mode, as it adds the player skins, so you can start customizing your soldiers as soon as you unlock them. you also get more missions, more money, and more upgrades. you can even customize the stations with all sorts of neat decorations, or even change the color of the sky.
ivel 2 adds a new storyline in the form of an “alternate-universe” event. all of the original cast of the ivel 2 story are here, and the story takes place concurrently with the main xcom 2 campaign. ivel 2 also adds new agents and technologies, a new alien species, a new civil war, and several other changes to the gameplay.
with this mod, the core game is left untouched, but there are a few xcom 2 tweaks. the first is that each class is upgraded with a set of 3 upgrades, instead of just the core 2 or 3 upgrades. that’s right, all classes get a total of 9 upgrades, including more than 100 new unique perks that players can unlock. the second tweak is that the factions and trait trees are completely reworked, to make more sense and give players more to work with as you play. the third change is that the factions are now free to play, allowing players to choose their favourite to play as, instead of being limited to the one available in the base game.
theres also a way to convert any vanilla xcom 2 save into one that uses an automatic recovery turn system. you can see what it looks like by clicking here and selecting vanilla. the mod is fairly minor, but worth checking out.
the last mod mentioned in the first paragraph above is by the same mod-maker, and is worth a look because of how much it changes the experience of playing as a xcom commander. it is called “xcom 2: elite forces”. the mods adds an entirely new class of unit to the game, the elite forces. these include a number of different sniper classes, heavy units, assassin classes and even a mech. it also adds multiple new weapons, including the ability to use advanced weapons and equipment on the different units. the elite forces are also customizable and can be assigned to any unit, although they are slightly more expensive. with so many units and changes to the game, this mod probably requires a patch, so it is not a free mod. it is worth a look though, even if you do not play xcom 2 very often.