Do you have 400 Microsoft Points? Do you have The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim? If the answer to both of those questions is a resounding yes, you qualify to download Hearthfire, the latest DLC for Skyrim which allows you to build your own home.
Sorry for the pun, but Deep Silver have released a trailer for the upcoming Ryder White downloadable content, in fact, it’s due for release in just two days on February 1st, so feat your eyes upon what you can expect to spend your hard earned pennies on this Wednesday.
As a kind of follow-up to What Price Determines a Quality Game?, I saw that someone had linked to a Gamespot article about the latest Call of Duty: Black Ops downloadable content (DLC), while mentioning how much all the DLC has cost so far.
Is that title viable? I saw an announcement on Twitter that The Sims 3: Pets is now available to pre-order from Play.com and that it’s a Limited Edition, so I took a look to see that the only thing that makes it ‘limited’ is it comes with one downloadable extra.
Strange how I should play some Fallout New Vegas over the weekend and then today, Bethesda announce details of three upcoming downloadable content in the form of add-ons: Honest Hearts, Old World Blues, and Lonesome Road. Also released is the first screenshot from Honest Hearts which will be the first add-on to be released in just two weeks on May 17th for the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 for what will probably be £7.99 for Steam and PSN and 800 MS Points.
Slower than should have been posted, but Rockstar has revealed the details of the next downloadable content (DLC) that’s coming in ‘Fall’ (or Autumn for us Brits), along with further DLC that’s set to be released periodically. Legends and Killers Pack (Releasing beginning of August 2010) New active map locations, characters and more: 9 New Multiplayer map locations — more than doubling the amount of territories in the Multiplayer Competitive modes 8 New Multiplayer characters— play as characters from Red Dead Revolver Introducing a new projectile weapon: the Tomahawk, with corresponding Challenges for single player and multiplayer New Achievements/Trophies Pricing: $9.99 (PlayStation Network), 800 Microsoft Points (Xbox LIVE)
A new Battle Pack for Worms 2: Armageddon is available on the Xbox Live Marketplace for gamers to download, there’s quite a lot of content and costs just 400 Microsoft Points. New single-player content: Warzone Campaign – 30 all-new single-player Deathmatches (with an additional Achievement for completion) Body Count Single Player Mode (one level per theme and one random level) 7 Body Count Leaderboards
2K Games has announced that Protector Trials, an all-new single-player focused downloadable game add-on for BioShock 2 that puts players back into the boots of the Big Daddy as he defends his Little Sister against swarms of corrupt Splicers who are hell-bent on stealing the precious ADAM that she gathers from corpses is to be available starting August 3. “The team at 2K Marin has been working hard ever since the launch of BioShock 2 to develop ways for gamers to extend their time in the single-player world of Rapture,” said Christoph Hartmann, president of 2K. “I’m proud to announce the first of these experiences, the Protector Trials, which takes players back to some of their favorite places from the original game and features some of the biggest challenges that fans of this series have ever experienced. This is just the beginning. More sihttp://mentalgamers.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=65&action=editngle-player content is on the way that will deliver more of the intense action and story-driven gameplay that fans have been craving.”