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New Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising DLC Now Available for Xbox 360

December 21, 2009

New Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising DLC Now Available for Xbox 360

New “Overwatch” Video Gives a Glimpse of Killer New Downloadable Content; Available at

The second installment of Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising downloadable content – the “Overwatch” pack – is now available for the Xbox 360 today and will follow shortly for the PlayStation 3 and PC. The ”Overwatch” DLC delivers two game-changing multiplayer modes and new Fire Team Engagement (FTE) missions.

Showcasing the new content and modes featured in the DLC, a new “Overwatch” gameplay video is now available from In the new video, soldiers are engaged in electrifying combat - deploying a range of military assets from short to long range weaponry, to armor and helicopters, battling for superiority in the new game modes and FTEs.

The “Overwatch” DLC extends the unique Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising experience in solo, co-operative and adversarial play. In the new multiplayer mode, Blindside, the PLA must complete objectives in the shortest time possible while the USMC defends in tense, tactical engagements. An additional new mode, Supremacy, tasks opposing forces to occupy strategically vital positions featuring force multipliers like gun emplacements and air strikes.

These new multiplayer modes are complimented by two exhilarating new FTEs. In Friendly Skies, PLA anti-aircraft artillery prevents U.S. airborne reinforcements from inserting into the combat zone. Players must remove that threat and then defend the position from a PLA counter attack. In Hostile Takeover, intel reveals enemy movement in the village of Armudan, a perfect base for launching attacks deep into enemy territory. Gamers must flush out the PLA, establish a perimeter and hold their ground against a new enemy assault.

Head over to for the new video and further information on the “Overwatch” pack. The “Overwatch” pack is now available from Xbox Live Marketplace (400 Microsoft Points), and will be available on the PlayStation Network ($4.99) and PC (free to download) soon.

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