Titanfall 2's latest piece of free DLC Monarch’s Reign releases on the 30th.

Titanfall 2‘s latest piece of free DLC Monarch’s Reign releases on the 30th. It will include an all new Titan, the Monarch. It is a mid-range Titan that can upgrade itself by collecting new parts on the battlefield, hopefully combining into a massive Voltron-esque doom bot. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

Infinite Warfare's DLC Maps Are Great, They Just Never Show Up

The $49.99 season pass for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare gets you four map packs with four new multiplayer maps each. What it doesn’t guarantee is that these new maps will actually come up in multiplayer matches online. In my experience so far, playing a DLC map is like finding a unicorn. Advertisement You can own Infinite Warfare’s first DLC package Sabotage, released on January 31, and play for hours and hours and never see any of its maps pop up in the rotation. This is a huge shame, because this pack has some really nice multiplayer maps: Noir is a night map in a futuristic Brooklyn setting, but I’ve personally only played it once since the Sabotage DLC was added into the regular rotation. Continuum, the 2nd map pack released on April 18, can currently only be played in special playlists devoted to Continuum maps only. Put simply, if you want to play the four most recent DLC maps, you have to play a Team Deathmatch or Mixed game mode playlist that only rotates those four maps. So everyone who purchased the DLC and wants to play the Continuum maps must replay the same four maps over and over….


Starfire and two others are the first three DLC characters for Injustice 2.

Starfire and two others are the first three DLC characters for Injustice 2. The exiled Tamaran princess, Sub-Zero and the Red Hood, collectively known as Fighter Pack 1, will be available some time after the game launches, free for Digital Deluxe and Ultimate edition owners. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!


Call Of Duty Zombies Chronicles Announced A Few Feet From YouTuber's Bathroom

The grand reveal. Leaked all to hell and confirmed today via unzipped hoodie in a YouTube video, Black Ops 3 players are getting an extra dose of DLC in the form of Zombies Chronicles, a collection of eight remastered zombie maps from Black Ops, World At War and Black Ops 3 on May 16. Advertisement You can follow the trail of leaks leading to today’s announcement over at the Call of Duty Zombies Reddit, where absolutely no one is suprised that Black Ops 3 is getting remastered versions of Nacht der Untoten, Verruckt, and Shi No Numa from World At War; Kino der Toten, Ascension, Shangri-la, and Moon from Black Ops; and Origins from Black Ops 2. According to Activision’s first quarter earnings report, also revealed today, the collection will launch first on May 16 for the PlayStation 4. Treyarch co-studio head Jason Blundell delivered the official reveal earlier today by casually undressing in the bedroom of YouTuber JCBackfire. Blundell also showed off an intricate poster detailing the Zombies timeline, which was hidden even closer to where the YouTuber answers the call of nature. You can check out the READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!


Nier: Automata DLC Drops Today, Hope You Kept That Save File

It’s really hard for anyone to pull off Kaine’s outfit from the first Nier. There’s more Nier to play today, as Square Enix releases the game’s “3C3C1D119440927” DLC. New sidequests and odd coliseum battles reward players with music, costumes and other cosmetic items, as long as you’ve got that game’s Chapter Select feature unlocked. Advertisement Nier: Automata’s DLC allows players to battle powerful machine enemies like Square Enix exec Yosuke Matsuda and Platinum Games head Kenichi Sato for fabulous prizes, but they’ve got to make in there first. In order to access the areas containing the coliseum battles, players must have completed the game’s C or D ending and unlocked the Chapter Select function. If you’ve not gotten there yet, don’t be in such a rush, though seriously hurry up. You’re missing some of the best bits. Advertisement If you’ve gone past that point and made a choice to make the ultimate sacrifice at the very end of the game, well this is a very good reason to play all over again. As for me, I’ll be covering the DLC in detail once I’ve replayed through READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!


The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC Detailed

While it shouldn’t be a surprise that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is getting paid DLC, little was known about what would actually be included in the season pass. Until today, at least. Developer …Read More The post The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC Detailed by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.


The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Expands With DLC Season Pass

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Nintendo’s epic open-world take on its classic fantasy adventure franchise, already looks like one of the most massive games Nintendo has ever produced. But the game that launches on March 3 for both the Wii U and new Nintendo Switch won’t be the complete version. Nintendo has just announced that starting on launch day Breath of the Wild owners can purchase an “Expansion Pass” for downloadable Zelda content. [embedded content] For $20 Zelda players on both Wii U and Nintendo Switch can buy two sets of content: one coming in the summer and the other releasing during the holidays. The summer pack includes a new Cave of Trials challenge, and upgraded in-game map, and a hard mode for a game that already appears to be one of the more difficult Zelda titles to survive. The holiday pack adds an entirely new dungeon and storyline, just in time to make the game more enticing to folks picking up the Switch for the first time. Unfortunately, these packs are only available in this season pass. You can’t buy them separately. But the pass does come with READ FULL STORY AT GEEK!


Even Hatsune Miku Gets A Season Pass

It’s totally pati time. In case the more than 200 songs included in Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone weren’t enough, Sega’s got a Season’s Pass worth of downloadable content coming, starting with this week’s 1st Encore Pack. It’s time to “Ageage Again.” Advertisement With two out of three DLC packs already released for the Japanese version of the virtual idol rhythm game, it’s time for North America to get in on the extra stuff party. The 1st Encore Pack adds four more songs to the already impressive collection, including one of my personal favorites, Mitchie M’s “Ageage Again.” I’ve played and listened to the song so many times it’s almost second nature. Here’s a recording I shot this morning of my first attempt at it on Normal difficulty. Other new song additions include “shake it!,” “Cendrillon” and its constant companion, “Adolescence.” The 1st Encore Pack also includes a gaggle of new Modules (costumes), accessories and Extra Extreme difficulty versions of nine songs. The Ageage Again costume comes with animated hair. Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone’s 1st Encore Pack is now available for $9.99 on the READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Titanfall 2 Set To Introduce Awesome New Pilot-Only Mode

Next Titanfall 2 DLC Details Revealed Respawn Entertainment has announced that Titanfall 2 is another free DLC! Players will be getting three new maps, as well as a new pilot-only multiplayer mode. On top of this, there will also be a bunch of content available with the newest update, although the majority of the DLC focuses solely on the Pilots this time around.   The new game mode, Live Fire, will be six-on-six multiplayer without any Titans and is designed for fast-paced gameplay in mind. Live Fire is a best of 5 round game mode with no respawns. Players can win by eliminating everyone on the opposing team, or by carrying the flag when the one minute round timer ends. Two of the new maps are designed specifically for the new Live Fire game mode. “Playable only in the Live Fire playlist, these two maps are tight, enclosed death boxes designed specifically for the fast-paced, intense nature of the mode,” Respawn stated. The last map to be released with this DLC content is called Columns, and is a new Coliseum map.   In addition to the new game mode and maps, there will also be a new Pilot execution animation and various…


You Can Try All Star Wars Battlefront’s Expansions for Free Next Month

All Star Wars Battlefront’s DLC will be playable for free from Nov. 28 – 30, EA revealed today alongside the announcement of the new Ultimate Edition, which arrives the same weekend. Throughout said weekend, gamers who haven’t already bought the three expansions — Outer Rim, Bespin and Death Star — will be able to try them out at no cost. To encourage players to give it a go, the weekend will kick off with a 4X score event. Rogue One: Scarif, the fourth and final expansion for Battlefront, is set to drop in December. No release date yet, but the new film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story graces theaters on Dec. 16. Whether you’re a newbie joining in through Ultimate Edition or a returning player looking to level the hell up, be sure to mark your calendars for the coming mayhem. Oh, and may the force be with you. Source: EA

Battleborn Gets Its First Story DLC Today

Fans of Battleborn’s story operations that are sick to death of playing the initial set of scenarios get a reprieve today with Attikus and the Thrall Rebellion, a retelling of the third Thrall uprising with a little film noir flair. Advertisement Attikus and the Thrall Rebellion is the first of five new story operations promised for Battleborn, and speaking as a player it’s about damn time. It feels like forever ago that I handed the controller to my nephew and let him beat the original set of story operations for me, probably because it has been forever, dammit. Available today as part of the $19.99 season pass or $4.99 by its lonesome, Attikus and the Thrall Rebellion gives solo and co-op players interesting things to do as they collect two new skins for every released character, six titles, three taunts and Faction Commander packs. Most importantly, it’s not any of the eight story missions we’ve been playing over and over again since launch. You can read more about the DLC at the Battleborn website. Along with the paid DLC, Battleborn also gets a free new multiplayer mode today. In Face-Off, teams of five players are tasked with killing Varelsi in…


A Few Hours With GTA Online's Ridiculous Biker DLC

GIF source: Nuckha GTA Online’s recent biker update has stuff you might expect, like new clothes, new vehicles, and some new weapons. The update also has a few surprises up its sleeve, however, making it a great excuse to return to Los Santos. Advertisement Biker gangs have been a part of GTA V and GTA Online for years, but until now, they were always presented as the enemy of the player. As of yesterday, however, players can now start their own club and live the life of a biker. That is, assuming you have the cash. To start a motorcycle club in GTA Online, a player will have to purchase a clubhouse from a new in-game website. The cheapest one is about $200,000 and the more expensive clubhouses will run you about $500,000. (Compred to how expensive previous properties have cost, it isn’t that bad, though.) Advertisement Regardless of whether you start an MC or just join a club, you’re probably going to be purchasing a new bike. GTA Online Bikers adds 15 new vehicles to the game, not all of which are bikes. A lot of these new vehicles cost less than a $100,000 which is actually pretty cheap…


GTA Online: Bikers Free DLC Now Available Alongside Launch Trailer

As mentioned previously, GTA Online new Bikers DLC is a doozy, and available now to all those with the base game. With the brand new DLC, the online community is now able to team up and create Motorcycle Clubs and clubhouses to go along with it. Along with this update comes new contracts, thirteen new bikes, a variety of new weapons, new clothes, new tattoos, new races, and a brand new adversary mode. Check out the DLC’s launch trailer below showcasing some of the new features added in the update: