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There’s been another sighting of XCOM: Enemy Within, this time on Korea’s Game Rating Board, further suggesting that a sequel to Enemy Unknown or expansion of some sort is in the works.

The Korean Ratings Board entry lists the title for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.

Much earlier this year, in February, members of the 2K Games forums also spotted entries for “XCOM EW” on the Steam database. Shortly before that, in January, Enemy Unknown lead designer Jake Solomon told Polygon that the team at Firaxis Games were working on “something really awesome” for the XCOM reboot—a follow up to the Slingshot and Second Wave DLC, noting that it would “take some time” to complete and that it wouldn’t be as limited in scope as the aforementioned add-ons.

As always, begin speculation. In the meantime, check out Josh’s interview with Solomon for EGM’s Afterthoughts feature, in which Solomon discusses aspects of XCOM‘s development at great length.

XCOM: Enemy Within Pops Up on Korean Ratings Board

By | 07/31/2013 03:06 PM PT

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There’s been another sighting of XCOM: Enemy Within, this time on Korea’s Game Rating Board, further suggesting that a sequel to Enemy Unknown or expansion of some sort is in the works.

The Korean Ratings Board entry lists the title for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.

Much earlier this year, in February, members of the 2K Games forums also spotted entries for “XCOM EW” on the Steam database. Shortly before that, in January, Enemy Unknown lead designer Jake Solomon told Polygon that the team at Firaxis Games were working on “something really awesome” for the XCOM reboot—a follow up to the Slingshot and Second Wave DLC, noting that it would “take some time” to complete and that it wouldn’t be as limited in scope as the aforementioned add-ons.

As always, begin speculation. In the meantime, check out Josh’s interview with Solomon for EGM’s Afterthoughts feature, in which Solomon discusses aspects of XCOM‘s development at great length.

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