Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, new PS3 DLC in 4 days
Last month’s release of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance was the ninth instalment of this franchise set four years after the events of MGS 4: Guns of the Patriots. As a cyborg ninja, Raiden takes on the private military company called Desperado Enterprises, and we understand some new PS3 DLC will be available in 4 days.
According to reports, Revengeance content will be accessible exclusively on the PlayStation 3 from Tuesday the 12th of March and Shack News inform their readers it will only be free for a limited time. Going by what Konami are saying, the 30 VR missions will not be available for free after April the 3rd. 2013, although we are still in the dark about how much this will cost after that date.
This has caused us to highlight the DLC to all of our readers that own Revengeance on the PS3, urging them to make the most of this free content while you can. On the same site more information about the VR missions DLC is documented with Shack News detailing this PS3 exclusive and the relationship between the Metal Gear series and Sony’s PlayStation consoles.
They also mention that even though 30 missions sound like quite a lot, they are short and sweet. The content is said to feature “pure, uncut gameplay,” and a host of combat training, tactical and stealth-based approaches are available allowing players to enhance their skills, and use the opportunity to play as Dwarf Gekko in the VR Missions.
Going by the information on this content we cannot express enough the need to try out the Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance DLC before they start charging. In addition, we would love to know your thoughts on the game in general.
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