Posts Tagged ‘DLC’

The Sims 4 getting vampiric mini-expansion this month

Bela Lugosi may be dead but soon you’ll be able to revive him and stalk around undead undead undead in The Sims 4 [official site]. The next DLC ‘Game Pack’ for EA’s live ’em up will introduces vampires who, sure, will have supernatural powers, drink blood, and own ha-ha-hilarious spookhouses but ultimately live the same as everyone else. That’s the ennui of the vampiric condition for you. The Sims 4 Vampires is due on January 24th so you’ve got a bit to dust off your crushed velvet frock coats, gang. Read the rest of this entry »

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided’s pre-order mission now free

The pre-order virtuaguff of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided [official site], which includes an extra story mission, is now free for all players. A patch on Friday whopped it in. The ‘Desperate Measures’ mission isn’t big but it does poke into that train station bombing which drives a fair chunk of the game so, er, good that it’s finally available to everyone. This blob of freebies also includes some new skins to dress up Adam Jensen, though don’t get your hopes up for more than different coats and body armour – no casual slacks and polo necks for this mopey cyberman. Read the rest of this entry »

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

“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. Read the rest of this entry »

Hearts of Iron IV deploys first expansion, big patch

Hearts of Iron IV [official site] has today launched its first expansion, Together for Victory, but just as importantly has released a big patch fixing a lot. While the expansion focuses on the British Dominions and Commonwealth and introduces an autonomy system, while the update in theory does a fair bit to improve the AI. Some players are reporting the game has started crashing for them but, for now, a workaround is helping with that. Read the rest of this entry »

Enter Gutworld with Doom’s final multiplayer DLC now

The third and final multiplayer DLC for D44m [official site], one of our favourite games of 2016, is now out. The ‘Bloodfall’ DLC adds the usual assortment of new equipment, a new playable demon, and new maps including one ↑ which looks awesomely like a world of ribs, guts, teeth and pus. Publishers Bethesda are still keeping mum about potential singleplayer add-ons, which does leave me hopeful that some sort of standalone expansion may be brewing, or at least that id Software won’t go twelve years between Dooms again. Anyway, more about Bloodfall! Read the rest of this entry »

Parpy Christmas: Forza Horizon 3’s icy expansion out

Discover the true meaning of Christmas in the heartwarming first Forza Horizon 3 [official site] expansion. Blizzard Mountain, released yesterday, tells the tale of a group of cars jostling for love and attention from Santy Claus, racing across ice and snow to prove they’re better than any reindeer. Racing through new icy lands, a lineup of new trucks and cars will come to realise that Santa loves them all and that they should stop competing. The final race ends with the cars round a fire glugging marshmallow-laden cocoa into their radiators. Perfect. I’m welling up just thinking about it. Read the rest of this entry »

Watch Dogs 2 DLC slightly delayed by patches

Ubisoft have delayed the first Watch Dogs 2 [official site] DLC release a touch, as they’ve been busy focusing on patches instead. That’s a good reason. I like Ubi’s recent decisions to fix games over rinsing players; remember they delayed The Division’s expansions too. But yes, if you want to hack the planet dressed as that ol’ hippy T-Bone you’ll need to wait a little longer. Read the rest of this entry »