Many have been waiting for some more information on the Burial at Sea add-on for Bioshock Infinite. Earlier this week Irrational Games released a video that shows us the first five minutes of this new expansion.
Warning: As with many gameplay videos, there is a chance for spoilers.
Burial at Sea is expected to release this Holiday season for Xbox 360, PS3, and Steam for $14.99. It will be available as a stand-alone expansion for the previously mentioned price, or free to those that have the Season Pass. In order to get it for free via the Season Pass you must download the DLC in-game.
Are you looking for something more to add to the already massive world of Defiance? Why not check out the Castithan Charge pack that is out now for Xbox 360. PlayStation 3, and PC.
Included in this pack is the playable race the Castithan, weapons specifically designed for this new character, new Volge Sieges, more competitive battle arenas, a Raptor truck which comfortably seats four players, and new storyline missions. You also receive new outfits, pursuits, duels and charge weapons as part of this DLC.
It is available for $9.99 / 9.99€ from the Xbox LIVE Marketplace, Steam Marketplace, or off of the PlayStation Store
The day has finally arrived. Today marks the release of the Champions Bundle for Halo 4. Last month we had reported what the bundle contains, you can purchase each pack individually or all three packs together.
If you have been anxiously awaiting DLC for Bioshock Infinite, rejoice! Today Irrational Games unveiled two new pieces of DLC, one of which is being released today.
Clash in the Clouds places a large focus on Infinite’s combat with an idea similar to Horde mode. It will also feature four all new environments and add in 60 “Blue Ribbon” challenges. By completing these challenges you will unlock items ranging from Voxophones, Kinetoscopes, and even concept art to view in the Columbian Archeological Society.
This add-on is being rolled out to everyone today, but may take a few days to be released on every platform and in every region. It will sell for 400 Microsoft Points or $4.99. It is also included as part of the Season Pass; if you have the Season Pass make sure you download this via the in-game store as to not be charged for it.
Releasing tomorrow on the Xbox LIVE Marketplace, Steam Store, and North American PlayStation Store (July 17th for European and other regions’ storefronts) will be the “Faction” DLC pack for Metro: Last Light. This pack will include three all new single player missions that feature each of the games factions. It will also bring you to a few classic Metro 2033 locations, as well as featuring new weapons, and the return of a “truly terrifying” mutant foe.
This past weekend at Rooster Teeth’s annual convention (RTX) 343 Industries unveiled and showcased the next pieces of DLC for last years Halo 4. It will feature two new maps, a new gametype, several new skins for weapons, new armor pieces, and stances for your Spartan ID.
Being shown first were two new maps in the Bullseye Pack, Vertigo and Pitfall. With Pitfall being introduced it also marked the return of Halo 3’s The Pit.
For the week of July 2nd through July 8th you can grab various pieces of DLC for Gearbox Software’s Borderlands 2 for half-off on the Xbox LIVE Marketplace.
Included in this sale is the first three add-ons; Captain Scarlett and her Pirate’s Booty, Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage and, Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt. These three packs originally sold for 800 Microsoft Points ($10) and are now on sale for 400 Microsoft Points ($5). The newest DLC, Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep is not included as part of this sale.
You can also grab the two character packs for 400 Points as well. Get the fifth playable character, Gaige the Mechromancer as well as the newly released Psycho, Krieg for the same price.
For 200 Points you can grab the Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack and the Creature Slaughter Dome. The former offers a brand new play through mode which sports a higher chance at better loot and increases the rank cap from 50 to 61. The latter gives a new form to the “Circles of Slaughter” that are within the game; only this time instead of facing Hyperion bots or Bandit thugs, take on the wildlife that roams Pandora.