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Gearbox has finally released the Borderlands 2 DLC trailer they teased at SXSW last week. We still don't know who it is, but it's not officially official that a sixth class will be coming to the game. More information on the character will be unveiled at Gearbox's panel at PAX East on March 24, in addition to details on a new level cap increase. Check out the trailer below in the meantime.
The second Dishonored DLC has been officially revealed, and it'll be a story-based content pack titled The Knife of Dunwall. Knife follows Daud, the leader of the Whaler assassins and murderer of the Empress, after the events of the main game. Players will not only experience a story from his perspective, but will also be getting access to his personal arsenal of weapons and powers.
More Sleeping Dogs is set to arrive tomorrow, March 12. Square Enix has officially confirmed that the next DLC will be a storyline set after the events of the main game. Titled Year of the Snake, the new content will follow Wei Shen's return to the Hong Kong Police Department.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is getting its first batch of DLC next week. The new content will be titled "VR Missions," and will include 30 challenges designed to look like the virtual reality training segments from previous games.
Earlier today at a SXSW panel, Gearbox revealed that a brand spankin' new Vault Hunter is on his/her/its way. The studio showed off a teaser for the new content, which teased that ""deep beneath Pandora, an experiment has escaped. Bandits beware, a new Vault Hunter is coming. More mayhem awaits." Spooky stuff.
If you didn't find the core Dead Space 3 experience satisfying enough (or you just wanna slice up some more Necromorphs), there's more on the way. Next week, Awakened hits PSN, Xbox Live, and Origin, providing an epilogue to the ending of the trilogy.
Looks like EA and Bioware want to remind you that there's a new Mass Effect 3 DLC coming out tomorrow, and they're doing so with a last-minute trailer. Check it out after the jump.
It’s almost been a year since the release of Mass Effect 3 in North America. That means we’ve been listening to people gripe about the infamous ending for almost a year now. Since then, we’ve seen DLC that tried to explain the existence of the Reapers, get Aria’s lazy butt off her couch, and give us closure to the “WTF” ending. Nothing so far has adequately given the fans the desired closure, but will the third pay-to-play DLC be the charm?
Even though PETA is probably pissed off, that doesn't mean you shouldn't have fun using one of your bazillon guns to shoot at some animals. The new trailer falls a bit short compared to other Borderlands trailers, but still holds true to the all around wackiness.
This isn't huge news, but if you're anything like the Borderlands 2 players I know, you're already on your second playthrough of all the content and ready for more. Well fear not, because unsurprisingly, a new DLC pack is on its way to expand the world a little more. If the title is any indication, it'll feature Sir Hammerlock and a bunch of new Pandoran beasties.