It's another round of DLCs to look forward to as release dates and rumors for DLCs packs for Injustice: Gods Among Us, The Need for Speed, and Call of Duty Black Ops 2 surface.
Blackest Night DLC brings a Zombie Batman
April will bring the undead versions of your favorite Injustice: Gods Among Us characters, as the Blackest Night DLC Pack enters the scene with zombies running amuck.
The news comes from Germany's Amazon page, which, according to Joystiq, which brings the first downloadable content for the DC fighting game. The DLC pack supposedly follows the storyline of the Blackest Night comic by Geoff Johns, bringing back superheroes from the dead.
According to The Escapist, the DLC comes as a pre-order bonus on the German page. However, it's only a matter of time until news of an English version to be released in the US and other parts of the world will come out.
ComicVine adds that those who are not into zombie modes can get other bonus pre-orders for the Injustice: Gods Among Us game. Those who pre-order from Wal Mart can get the Aarkham City skin as well as a copy of the Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, for free.
Call of Duty Black Ops 2 for Xbox 360
Personalize your guns and avatars, and get an exclusive map for free with the DLC Packs for Call of Duty Black Ops 2.
According to DLCentral, personalization packs, available for 160 Microsoft Points, already includes camo, calling card, and a custom pack of reticules. For an additional 160 MS, you also get extra slots pack, which can expand your media storage to include 35 films, 40 screen shots for Theater mode, and 20 emblems.
For a whopping 400MS, you can get a zombie map, which is distributed as a special edition add-on. 80 MS also gets you the Flags of the World Calling Card packs. On top of it all, you can get the Nuketown 2025, a pre-order exclusive bonus, absolutely free.
"At the end of the day, all of these items are completely optional, and were created for players who've asked for more customization options," said Dan Amrich, social media manager of Activision to Polygon.
The DLC packs are set to hit Xbox 360 by March 13. No confirmed dates yet for PS3 and Wii U releases.
The Need for Speed
According to VG24/7, Need for Speed fans can now enjoy three DLC packs, dubbed as the most wanted, presumably to make the already great gaming even better.
Gamers can get the three packs for $35-Terminal Velocity being the highest at $15, and Movie Legends and Need for Speed Heroes for $10 each, reports BC Gaming.
The Need for Speed: Most Wanted DLC packs are already available on PSN and XBL, but it will also be available on Origin starting March 13.
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