Gamers can look forward to DLC pack releases for next week, including an incentive DLC pack for pre-orders to one of the most anticipated fighting games to be released next month.
Injustice: Gods Among Us Red Son Pack
Want to see Solomon Grundy wearing a Red Son Russian hat? How about the awesome alternate Red Son costumes for Wonder Woman and Superman?
This is what you'll get and more for pre-ordering the much-awaited Injustice: Gods Among Us fighting game. An exclusive GameStop offer, the Red Son Pack is now available to both UK and North America, reports MTV.
Here, you'll get the 20 additional mission sets that fall in the Red Son storyline, which is based on the 2003 mini-series, the one that finds Superman in Soviet Russia instead of Kansas, according to ShackNews.
The Red Son Pack exclusive will be available to PS3 and Xbox 360, but Wii U players, on the other hand, aren't likely to enjoy the privilege just yet. Injustice: Gods Among Us is slated for launch on April 14 to Xbox 360, Wii U, and PS3.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance VR Mission Pack
Metal Gear Rising gamers will be looking at 30 VR challenge missions, with the Raiden battling virtual reality environments reminiscent of Metal Gear Solid games, reports EuroGamer.
But that's not all, as two other DLC packs, Jetstream and Blade Wolf are also in the works, though without definite release dates yet, reports Digital Spy.
The first DLC pack is slated for release, both in the Xbox 360 and PS3. In North America, gamers can download it for free for a limited time from March 12 to April 3, but in Europe it will hit stores on March 13 at £1.99.
Dead Space 3 Awakened Pack
The week has been packed with news and supposed untruths about the future of Dead Space 3. But whatever the case may be for Dead Space 4, Dead Space 3 is still aiming to kick it good with its newest DLC.
Entitled Awakened, it's slated for released to Xbox 360 and PC on March 12 and on the PS3 on March 13 at $9.99, reports EuroGamer.
According to Joystiq, Awakened is really bent on driving the horror and terror home to fans, from disturbing content to a nod to the psychotic themes that have given the title its reputation.
"Just like in Dead Space 3, there's a lot of [environmental] variety. When you start the first chapter of this DLC, you'll be in some of the wider open areas on the planet's surface," said game producer Shereif Fattouh to Joystiq. "A lot of events that have taken place toward the end of DS3 are going to effect the environments that you see on the planet, it's even more pronounced."
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