Posted on Monday, November 14th, 2011 at 7:37 PM by Guest
Dead Island’s DLC “Bloodbath Arena” is coming to PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 on November 22nd after a short delay. This was due to Dead Island’s developer Techland spending some much needed time polishing up the game a bit more as it was hardly short of glitches!
“Bloodbath Arena” offers four new arenas for single-player or co-op play that will be a challenge to players as they try and battle it out against several waves of zombies – a survival mode if you will. In addition, DLC characters can loot experience points and items which can be brought back to the campaign mode. A new leader board system has been implemented for those people who like to showcase their recent scores; and finally, a new weapon is included in this DLC.
For people who purchased the special edition of the game, the DLC will be free, however it will be $10 (around £5) or 800 MS Points to everyone else.
If you still haven’t picked up Dead Island – check out Hannah’s review of the game here and as always, happy gaming!
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