Ok i know this might seem like a strange thread... But i think a DLC update thread is a good idea
So we are not filling up the section with different threads on the same DLC information... It can all be put in here as a monthly list and you can go and find out more on set DLC for more information
http://expansivedlc.com/february-dlc-release-schedule/February DLC Release Schedule
Wanna know what DLC is coming up in February? Check out the below table.
We’ll be constantly updating this as we learn new release dates, so keep checking back!
UPDATE: New Skyrim DLC Release Dates and Mass Effect 3 ‘Reckoning’ Pack given a February window
RELEASE DATE GAME DLC FORMAT PRICE 5th Feb/PSN – 6th Feb/XBLA Scott Pilgrim Wallace Pack PSN/XBLA 160MSP February 5th Dead Space 3 Micro Transactions XBLA/PSN Various/in-game February 12th Skyrim Dragonborn PSN/PC $9.99 (Discount for first week) Early February Dead Space 3 Post Story DLC XBLA/PSN Unknown Early February DmC Bloody Palace XBLA/PSN FREE Early February Sleeping Dogs Year of the Snake PS3/XBLA 800 MSP/$9.99 February 12th PS All-Stars Gravity Rush/Starhawk PS3/Vita FREE (Ltd Time) February 19th Metal Gear Rising Cyborg Ninja Costume PS3/XBLA Free In-Game February 19th Assassin’s Creed 3 Tyranny of King Washington XBLA/PS3 800 MSP/$9.99 February 19th Skyrim Hearthfire PSN/PC $9.99 (Discount for first week) February 25th Halo 4 Majestic Map Pack XBLA 800 MSP February 26th Skyrim Dawnguard PS3/PC $9.99 (Discount for first week) End of February DmC Vergil’s Downfall XBLA/PS3 800MSP/$9.99 February Mass Effect 3 Reckoning Pack PC/XBLA/PSN Unknown
Have we missed something? Do you know of any upcoming DLC that we haven’t mentioned? Are you releasing DLC or content patches that you want us to cover?
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