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A game of Cat and Wolf – brand new The Witcher 3 DLC

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This week’s free DLC offering for The Witcher 3 is a new quest called “Where the Cat and Wolf play”. We all know who the ‘wolf’ is, but who might be the cat?

In previous weeks we have seen CD Projekt RED offer two new pieces of content, so is this week’s single quest larger than those before it? Keep an eye on the Xbox Store and download it to find out!

Dying Light DLC Competition extended

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With all the negative press surrounding Bungie/Activisions Destiny & Red Bull exclusivity deal, many took to utilising their suffering at the hands of the community at large to promote their own game.

 

Most attempts fell flat, Planetside 2 in particular; given their own troubles, yet one developer has managed to find the balance that keeps it firmly in the tongue in cheek satire department. Techland’s #DrinkforDLC twitter campaign went down so well with gamers when they opened the campaign on Wednesday, that they have now decided to take a poke at another community gripe, as it appears they are now ripping on Sony’s recent decision to Crowd-fund Shenmue 3, even though it appears they intended to finance its development.

 

The #DrinkforDLC campaign now has added stretch goals for further free content, and they have also thrown a docket code in for good measure.

Project CARS reveals DLC plans

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Slightly Mad Studios have released a rather nifty Infographic showing plans for all of their DLC. The game has been designed to last and the free updates that improve and expand upon the original core game, free cars and vehicle liveries will be delivered at no extra charge, and additional content made available without the usual obligation to purchase a long-term season pass.

Since it launched, Project CARS players have been received the $3.4m Lykan Hypersport to their garage, a free set of ten beautiful community-created liveries, and the release of Update 1.3 that addressed key issues and expanded functionality within the game.

They have also announced the Racing Icons Car pack with an awesome trailer below.

This is the first game in a while that hasn’t used a Season Pass, it’s a refreshing an welcome change.

Mortal Kombat X: Tanya DLC

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Did you pick up Mortal Kombat X? If so this news will be right up your street. We’ve received word of two new DLC packs heralding the return of the Edenian fugitive Tanya as a playable character and the Klassic Pack 1; featuring familiar looks for Kano, Sonya and Liu Kang.

The Tanya Bundle is a part of the Mortal Kombat X Kombat Pack, providing fans with Mortal Kombat X DLC for £23.99. Players who already own the Kombat Pack will be able to download the Mortal Kombat X Tanya Bundle starting tomorrow, June 2. 

Players wishing to purchase the Tanya Bundle separately will be able to do so beginning Tuesday, June 9 from the Xbox Marketplace for £6.49. Tanya will also be sold separately for £3.99, and the Klassic Pack 1 will be sold separately for £3.29.

Could PlayStation be getting exclusivity on Black Ops 3 content?

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For years Xbox has enjoyed timed exclusivity on Call of Duty’s various DLC packs, but could this be about to change? CharlieIntel seems to think so. The points they make could just be coincidence but I for one wouldn’t be surprised to see a shift in power of exclusivity.

    PlayStation 4 has a bigger user base. Activision have already shown their hand by giving Destiny special attention on PS4. Microsoft have Halo 5 coming out around the same time.

Could Halo 5 be the biggest reason that Activision might push their multiplayer shooter to a platform that doesn’t have a direct rival? My gut feeling is yes, so I’ll side with CharlieIntel on this and say this – prepare to see PlayStation take the limelight with Black Ops III DLC.

No doubt tomorrow’s reveal will tell us more in regards to the future of any DLC exclusivity.

Can you escape from Alcatraz?

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Yesterday, The Escapists received its first piece of DLC – Alcatraz. For £1.99/€2.49/$2.99 and a 14.85 MB download, you can try your hand at escaping from one of the world’s most famous prisons and set a record escape time on the leaderboards?

Check out the launch trailer below.

The Evil Within DLC The Consequence released

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The Evil Within received its second piece of DLC today called The Consequence.

The DLC continues to follow Juli Kidman, who’s obsessed with Leslie Withers, who’s got a few issues. Thre are brand new monsters to battle, and mysteries to uncover.

The Consequence costs £7/€10 alone or can be bought as part of the three-pack Season Pass, which costs £15/€20.

Trials Fusion receives its final piece of ‘planned’ DLC

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10 new tracks, 24 challenges, 5 achievements and a variety of new objects for the track editor – this is “Life after the incident” the sixth and final piece of planned DLC for Trials Fusion, and available to download now for Xbox One – free to those who own the season pass.

In After the Incident players investigate the causes of the disaster that has devastated Earth. Following tragic events, the flourishing world as we know it has brutally passed away, leading to a vast field of ruins and the broken dreams of a whole civilisation. Riders must proceed with caution as they navigate through ruined cities and devastated ecosystems.

 

Dragonball Xenoverse DLC out today

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The Dragon Ball GT Pack 1 DLC for Dragon Ball Xenoverse released today on the Xbox One & Xbox 360.

This DLC Pack includes: – 3 new playables characters (Kid Goku GT, Trunks GT and Pan) – 1 new stage (Planet Tuffle) – 5 new costumes, 3 new accessories, 9 new Z-souls – 2 new Masters (Tien and Yamcha) – 15 new special moves to be learned from Tien and Yamcha – 4 Time Patrol Quests and 3 Parallel Quests

In addition to the launch of DLC Pack 1, Dragon Ball XENOVERSE players will have some presents to look forward to, based on the following schedule:

March 20th – Two-star Dragon Ball, Five-star Dragon Ball March 27th – Three-star Dragon Ball April 3rd – Six-star Dragon Ball April 10th – Seven-star Dragon Ball

April 17th – One-star Dragon Ball

The DLC will set you back £7.99 from the Xbox Store

Pinball FX2: Iron and Steel Pack

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Zen studios have been creating incredible digital pinball tables for a number of years now, but recent tables have focused on licensed properties, bringing, for example, Marvel and Walking Dead tables to the ever-growing catalogue. The Iron and Steel packs sees the developer return to original tables, as with the Wild West scenario table, and their own property, CastleStorm. What’s more, they’re both terrific, delivering precisely the kind quality we’d expect from these pinball masters.

Both the Wild West and CastleStorm tables expertly walk the line of complexity and accessibility, providing busy and nuanced tables full of options to fling your ball into, without completely overwhelming you with visual flair. That’s not to say there isn’t a heavy sprinkling of visual activity, both tables are beautiful and engaging on an aesthetic level. CastleStorm sees a large dragon perched on the top, blowing fire, and flying around, meanwhile, spinning revolvers on the bumpers of the Wild West table along with a saloon that the ball smashes through the window of, shows both tables’ flair for the theatrical. It’s wonderful to see these digital tables pull of tricks their real-life counter parts could never do.

The Wild West table has a more symmetrical layout than that of Castlestorm, with tight middle lanes that take some skill to reach, but overall sits nicely in the middle when it comes to challenge compared to Pinball FX2’s collection of tables. CastleStorm’s challenge is similar, despite the asymmetry; it also features a mini-playfield that’s easy to reach but difficult to stay in.

The Iron and Steel pack features two stunning and compelling tables that are just as fun to play as any of the licensed tables Zen Studios have crafted. They don’t quite impress on the same level as some of their » Continue Reading.