news\ Jun 11, 2014 at 10:00 pm

Payday2 is getting its first DLC on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3


505 Games today announced three new DLC packs for heist-based co-op shooter Payday 2. The DLC packs are:

The Armored Transport DLC

The Armored Transport DLC lets players do every heister's dream -- robbing armored transports full of valuables -- right in the middle of Washington D.C. If they're lucky, players can hit it big with a classic train robbery.

Up to four friends co-operate on the heists, and as the crew progresses they have a chance to unlock an even more rewarding job -- a classic train robbery. New weapons, weapon modifications, masks, patterns and materials have been added to let players continue to build and customize their own guns and gear.

Gage Weapon Pack #1

Frag Grenades make their first entry into the PAYDAY series and are bound to spice things up. With the new Grenade Case asset, players can share grenades with each other during the heists. Three new weapons are added and players can now toggle between Single and Auto-fire with all full auto weapons. Four new animal masks have been added, as well as new patterns and materials.

Gage Weapon Pack #2

With Cloakers putting fear in the hearts of every criminal, Gage has the perfect antidote as he brings back the Light Machine Gun and introduces melee combat weapons to counter them in this new weapon pack. With the Light Machine Guns, players can provide cover for each other by unleashing devastating attacks.

All three DLC packs will be available in the Swag Bag #1 bundle, a season pass offering the three expansions at a discounted rice. However, none of the DLCs currently have a release date beyond “coming soon.” 

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