Aliens: Fireteam Elite is a multiplayer third person shooter developed and published by Cold Iron Studios.
It is a standalone sequel to the original trilogy of the Aliens movies, set 23 years after their events.
Fight across three floors in the newest game mode added to Aliens: Fireteam Elite for a chance to earn some new time-limited rewards.
Battle mutated Xenomorphs across three new missions and unlock eight new weapons, 13 new attachments, new Class Kit Perks, and more.
Twisted new Xenomorphs, three new weapons, cosmetics, and much more await players when the expansion launches on August 30th.
The co-op shooter's newest season adds cross-play, a new Prestige system, a new game mode, Challenge Cards, and more.
A new mode, Prestige Ranks that unlock new rewards, the Fabrication Reprocessor for rolling new challenge cards, and more are also coming.
The co-op shooter's upcoming expansion will bring a brand-new campaign, new enemies to fight, and more.
A pathogen that can mutate native (and non-native life) has been discovered on LV-895, perhaps hinting at the next new mode and feature.
The game receives its third free season, adding in a new playable class, new weapons, customization options, and more.
The game will launch on the service alongside Season 2, which will feature various new additions, such as a new mode, new weapons, and more.
Aliens: Fireteam Elite developer Cold Iron Studios has released a roadmap for the new content you can expect to see in the co-op shooter over the coming year.
The Phalanx wields a shield that blocks damage in front, specializes in hand guns and shotguns, and uses Shock Pulse to stun foes.
A disappointing experience.
Weekly sales were double that of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Meanwhile, Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut drops from first to ninth place.
Cold Iron Studios has also confirmed that Season One will launch on September 8th. It adds a new class, new weapons and more rewards.
The Creative Director at Cold Iron Studios breaks down what you get with the $40 package of the upcoming shooter.
It also hypes up pre-order bonuses and the Deluxe Edition which includes the base game and access to a year of post-launch content.
Cold Iron Studios' third person co-op shooter is out for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC in a little over a month.
Cross-gen play between Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S along with PS4 and PS5 is supported but there are no plans for cross-platform play.
The Standard Edition costs $39.99 while the Digital Deluxe Edition is $69.99 and includes a pass for four cosmetic DLC packs. Pre-order bonuses also revealed.
The co-op shooter will seemingly retail for $39.99 on all platforms with a free upgrade option from previous to current gen consoles.
Beware of Drones, Prowlers, Praetorians and more.
Check out the game's combat and how the default difficulty plays.
Cold Iron Studios' co-op shooter promises to be a challenging experience.
Venture to the USS Endeavor with two other marines and battle hordes of Xenomorphs.