In XCOM 2, you belong to the remaining people who defend the Earth against the alien monsters. You can defend against the aliens in XCOM 2, you have four classes to choose from. To improve your chances in battle, we show you the individual species of extraterrestrials.

Sectoid
Viper
Berserker
Muton
Chryssalid
Archon
Faceless
Andromedon

Sectoid


These species can confuse its enemies and complete one of the first attacker, which you will encounter in XCOM 2. In addition, they never come alone, because they can revive themselves and other aliens. Since these monsters can not plug it so much, this is your best chance to stand against you. Kill them quickly and you will be able to prevent any recurrence.

Viper


Do you remember at the thin man from XCOM: Enemy Unknown? They looked not only creepy, but also haunted with dangerous toxins. And when they are small, they could be defeated quite easily. The Viper is based on the thin men and one of the most dangerous opponents in XCOM 2. Like a snake she engages with her tongue and embraces you with her body. Since the Viper is equipped with a weapon, it is for the XCOM also ranged into a threat.

Berserker


The Berserker know from XCOM: Enemy Unknown. This version, however, is improved and much more in their melee attacks than in the predecessor. The simple attacks of the aliens are already dangerous, but if this goes on a rampage, the material distributed damage and the scope of the monster increased. Since the melee attack of the Berserker also harms your opponents, you can try to take it in your tactics.

Muton


The dangerous thing about these aliens in XCOM 2 is that they are very dangerous both in melee and ranged combat. Your DNA was doctored by the human and this was a mixture of incredibly powerful and intelligent aliens. If a Muton is around, you must always reckon that it is requesting assistance or fire his alien grenade used which has a wide reach. If you try to assert yourself in close combat against the monster, care of their counter-attacks.

Chryssalid


Also these opponents you already know from the predecessor. There he was one of the most powerful aliens who were against you. Since aliens have evolved through genetic engineering in XCOM 2, even this monster is stronger than ever. You are now able to dig in the ground and attack from ambush. They also poison the soldiers and let them turn into cocoons. From a cocoon can then come forth three new Chryssaliden, which is why they have to be destroyed as quickly as possible.

Archon


The Archon looks at first glance not very dangerous, even though he should frighten the people on the earth with his divine form anxiety. For his part, the human appearance is the fact that he is a calculating attacker. In addition to this appearance of Archon surprised with his strong capabilities. He can fly and use up flashes, making it a major threat for all the troops in the vicinity.

Faceless


The Faceless have many faces, because they can be like any man look down the street. The dangerous thing is that they cannot be so easily detected when they enter, however, to recognize, then any possibility of escape is over. Once they accept their historical form, they are two stories high and have a huge reach. Keep fighting all civilians in mind, maybe you will find out eventually what you can detect these aliens in XCOM 2.

Andromedon


In XCOM 2 will confront and arrive at the end of the Andromedon their increasing melee. This Alien is a mix of organic intelligence and a mechanical combat fatigues - a hybrid. In close combat, he is the most powerful enemy and can also break through walls. But without his suit, he would probably be totally helpless. In its proximity you also have to take in front of a green and corrosive liquid in eight who misses this Alien.

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