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Pay quiddos for my little friend: Payday 2's Scarface DLC

Following John Wick and Point Break

"Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in," Tony Dakota muttered in Scarface, his face dusted in icing sugar. And here he is, called out of retirement for two new bags of Payday 2 [official site] paid DLC. Ant has arrived in the co-op heist FPS himself as a playable character, armed with a chainsaw and His Little Friend, and a new heist busts into the film's fancy mansion to bop the boss. This may sound weird but Payday 2 has already crossed over with John Wick and the Point Break remake.

So! You've got yer Scarface Character Pack adding Ant for £3.99/4,99€/$4.99. He comes with the 'Kingpin' class, letting him take naughty drugs to get well hard for a bit, and brings with him a chainsaw and his assault rifle with underslung grenade launcher. They don't have Al Pacino (or his face) but they do have the voice of the fella who played Ant in the game Scarface: The World Is Yours.

£4.99/6,99€/$6.99 for the Scarface Heist gets you a new heist infiltrating the Sosa Cartel's fancy Miami mansion, along with a chunky '80s portable telephone as a melee weapon, a four-tube rocket launcher, and some cosmetic odds and ends.

£9 for the pair does seem a bit much but at least only one person in a party need own the heist for everyone else to join in. If it doesn't split the community, hey, that's fine.

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