The lights are on
Sega has officially announced that Aliens: Colonial Marines is getting the season-pass treatment, which will include four post-release add-ons for the game. The first download is a mode called bug hunt, a wave-based challenge that includes three new maps.
The season pass will cost $29.99, or 2,400 Microsoft Points, which Sega says is 40-percent off what you'd pay if you bought it all individually. The first batch of DLC is bug hunt, a mode where players have to survive wave after wave of unrelenting enemies. The vanilla game includes four multiplayer modes, including team deathmatch, escape, survivor, and extermination.
Check out this recent trailer for another look at the game's xenomorphs in action.
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Gosh I hope this game is awesome! If so, I'll purchase the season pass.
Already pre-ordered this for my PC. Can't wait to play it.
Yeah, going to need more info about the DLC before I consider throwing down 30 bucks on the possibility I won't like any of them.
I really hope all the DLC isn't just gonna be multiplayer and horde mode. The singleplayer looks amazing and I hope they add onto it with extra chapters.
I am very nervous that this game won't turn out good.
I reserved mine because of new customizations, weapons, maps and modes. It's excellent!
Well, if DLC is your thing then buy the great pass. I only know that the single player part is all mine.
I remember when gearbox's first DLC was Half-Life Opposing Force for valve and that was $30 and basically a full game. I miss expansion packs, you get so much more value out of them. Not being ripped off from these DLC's nowadays. They really need to bring back expansion packs for games,