Toylogic president Yoichi Take has told OXM that his company plans to release downloadable content for the free-to-play Happy Wars every one-to-two months.
On top of that, the developer will be adding new items to the game “almost every week”, and plans to continually release new maps.
Trendy Entertainment has announced that final section of Dungeon Defenders’ four-part DLC pack The Quest for the Lost Eternia Shards is now available on PSN and Xbox Live.
Called Sky City, it features a new campaign mission, the Boss Rush challenge mission, a new pet, and new weapons and accessories.
Players who have all four parts of the Eternia Shards get a bonus mission and content that concludes the tale.
Sky City also raises the level cap to 90 and introduces an Ultimate Loot tier.
Dennaton Games’ Dennis Wedin has revealed plans for some Hotline Miami DLC.
“If people enjoy the game and want more, we have a storyline-driven DLC in the plans with new characters,” he said.
Controller support for the game is expected in its next patch.
Gangnam Style is coming to Dance Central 3 because of course it is.
Harmonix has announced the latest DLC will also include "Call Me Maybe", and future packs will feature Justin Bieber, One Direction, and LMFAO. Ugh.
A season pass for Ghost Recon: Future Soldier DLC on PC is available now on Steam for US$24.99. It gives access to all current and future DLC, for US$10 less than it would all cost if purchased separately.
Finally, Nintendo has confirmed that Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge on the Wii U will get additional playable characters via free DLC updates after the game ships on November 30.