The Bureau: XCOM Declassified 'The Choice' lets you decide Agent Ennis Cole's fate

The latest live-action video series complementing The Bureau: XCOM Declassified features Agent Ennis Cole as he fights his inner demons after an alien attack known as Pima Incident one.

Played by Domnic Monagahan (Lord of the Rings, Lost), Cole writes a report of the incident revealing that he lost everything dear to him in the disaster. Viewers are asked to decide on how the video will end; does he take a stand and fight or give up and drink himself into oblivion? People can vote by tweeting #GrabTheGun or #GrabTheBottle by July 24.

The first live-action trailer was initially released back in April as standalone live-action trailer. The second video in the series "Orbit the Clown" darkly tells of the alien conspiracy and cover-up as it leads up to the events of "The Choice."

For more about The Bureau: XCOM Declassified be sure to read our interview with creative directive Morgan Gray, who tells Polygon that the game won't be a typical run-and-gun shooter. We recently got hands-on with title, so don't miss out on our preview.

The Bureau: XCOM Declassified is slated to launch on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC in August.

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