Payday 2 Summary
Payday 2 players can now partake of the, a fresh piece of DLC which adds a brand new anti-hero, some mask, and two new weapons.
Coming in at $4.99, the pack introduces Japanese gangster Jiro, a new playable character voiced by veteran actor
Payday 2 will be free to try outfor the rest of the weekend, developer has announced. The heist thriller and its various chunks of DLC will be will also be discounted for up to 75% during that time.
The studio has also released a brief teaser trailer for yet another DLC pack, which stars veteran Japanese actor Togo Igawa as a fearsome Yakuza called Jiro.
Next week there'll be a new co-op zombie shooter on the block withbash at The Walking Dead franchise. It's said to be inspired by their own hugely popular Payday series, trading in heists for undead survival.
It'll blend action, RPG, survival and stealth apparently, and it's the experience "fans have been waiting for" from The Walking Dead. It's expected to shuffle out sometime in 2016 for PC and console.
is joining forces with DJ (cooler people than me might have some idea who that is) for the twenty first piece of PayDay 2 DLC – unsurprisingly called The Alesso Heist.
The job takes place at one of the DJ's concerts, and includes new weapons, masks, achievements, and a new song by Alesso himself.
Wow, I knew Payday 2 had a lot of DLC, but the latest pack pushes the total number of add-ons up to 20. That's heading into Crusader Kings 2 territory.
Said DLC,, adds the Piglet Grenade Launcher, 12G Steakout Shotgun and Mk1 Flamethrower to your arsenal. I question the logic of taking a flamethrower on a bank heist, unless it is a bank being run by