Bucketloads of DLC Confirmed, Dated & Priced for Xbox 360
Release dates and costs have been announced for 4 upcoming major chunks of DLC on the Xbox 360, the first being Fallout 3‘s ‘The Pitt’ which after being pulled due to some major bugs is now back live again for the princely sum of 800. ‘The Pitt’ allows you to travel to Pittsburgh, now know as The Pitt, which managed to avoid the nuclear war only to have its population ravaged by disease, infection, mutation and slavery. Whilst there you will discover a secret that will send shockwaves across the wastelands and decide the fate of the Pitts population.
Next out of the trap is Gears of War 2‘s ‘Snowblind Map Pack’ on March 31st, also costing 800. Snowblind will introduce 4 new winter themed multiplayer maps to Epic’s blockbuster, ‘Grindyard’, ‘Under Hill’, ‘Courtyard’ and a frozen version of the original GoW favorite, ‘Fuel depot’ which will allow you to unlock the recently added achievements.
Hot on the heels of Snowblind will be the much anticipated ‘Mythic Map Pack’ for Halo 3, which will finally release to the masses on 9th April, once again at a cost of 800. The mythic map pack will add 3 of the remaining 6 announced maps to H3, ‘Assembly’, ‘Orbital’ and ‘Sandbox’. Of course, if you bought the CE of Halo Wars then you’ve been playing these for the last month anyway… Lucky you!
Finally, the ‘Survival Pack’ for Valve’s superb Left 4 Dead will finally reach the 360 on April 21st for free. The survival pack will add versus multiplayer support to the ‘Death Toll’ and ‘Dead Air’ missions and adds a new multiplayer mode, survival, which will pitch you against never ending floods of zombies across 16 maps, 15 portions of existing levels and 1 new lighthouse map, in order to see how long you can survive.