Playstation dropped a fre DLC pack for LEGO Marvel’s Avengers today (PS3 & PS4), with the following trailer: This latest DLC will pull heavily from the Ant-Man movie released last year, including the addition of Michael Peña’s character, Luis. Peña also narrates the new adventures now available in LEGO Marvel’s Avengers. “Utilizing the ability to shrink in size but increase in strength, Ant-Man (Scott Lang) stars alongside a variety of memorable characters, including Ant-Man (Hank Pym), Yellow Jacket (Darren Cross), Hope Van Dyne, Luis, Scott Lang,The Wasp (Janet Van Dyne), and Cassie Lang, along with Ant-Thony (Ant-Man’s Flying Ant).”
If you have completed your adventures in LEGO Marvel’s Avengers game, you have something to look forward to on March 29th when the first DLC pack arrives.
Tomorrow, those of us who purchased Star Wars: Battlefront, will get to download and play two new maps for the game. The battle that has everyone excited? It’s the Battle of Jukku, a battle that takes place 29 years before Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
A massive glitch in DLC content offers a mixed bag for a small group of Disgaea fans, only a few days after launch. Major Spoilers was able to get the scoop, after the jump.
I’m still waiting for a free moment to play Batman: Arkham Knight, and when I picked up the game at my local store, I was upsold on the Batgirl DLC package. Now that the trailer is here, I’m kinda wishing I was done with the main game so I could take on this side tale.
The character you fought against before and fought along side recently is available to be under your control. The first DLC pack for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel has arrived and it is Handsome Jack.
Chuck’s Challenge 3D is putting out a huge update this week with new levels, soundtracks, and more and Zach was able to take an early look at it! Check out the Flummery Update!
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham may not be available for another month, but that hasn’t stopped a DLC pack based off Arrow to be announced today at a panel dedicated to the upcoming game.
Downloadable content is a huge part of the gaming industry, with game like Borderlands 2 releasing new content over a year after the initial game launched. It comes as no surprise that Batman: Arkham Origins will have DLC also, but what might be surprising is that players won’t be controlling Batman through this extra content.
Telltale Games has released a teaser trailer for The Walking Dead: 400 Days, new DLC for Season One of their amazing point-and-click adventure game based on Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead comic. Check it out after the jump.