Microsoft announces Crackdown 2 DLC, adds Keys to the City mode

By Johnny Cullen, Monday, 23 August 2010 14:19 GMT

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Microsoft’s just announced the first DLC pack for Crackdown 2, introducing the “Keys to the City” mode from the first game.

The “Toy Box” pack will include free and premium stuff for all, with the premium pack costing 560 MS points.

The free stuff will have Keys to the City, as well as a Level 6 reward and a new gameplay mode called “Vehicle Tag”.

For 560 MS points, you can get:

  • Two new vehicles: the Agency ATV and the Squad chopper
  • Five new toys: Mass driver, portable launch pads, stickler grenades, Thrusters and Mags on Grenades
  • Two Avatar awards
  • Ten new achievements that total up to 250 GS
  • Eight agent suit colours

No date yet for the content.

The DLC is being made by Dundee-based Proper Games alongside Crackdown 2 developer Ruffian.

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