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Mass Effect 2 FireWalker DLC coming in March

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Everybody’s favourite sequel to a space RPG called Mass Effect will be getting its next bit of DLC towards the end of next month – via the game’s Cerberus network, which rewards people who purchase the game new.

As with all DLC so far, it’ll be available at a price that’s hard to argue with – absolutely free, provided you’re on the aforementioned Cerberus Network.

The downloadable mission pack has absolutely nothing to do with those silly team-building exercises. It does however feature 5 new missions that’ll be focused on the Hammerhead heavy assault vehicle, that "hovers over the battlefield at up to 120 kilometers per hour and features a guided missile system ensuring accuracy even during aggressive maneuvering.” I just hope it controls better than the Mako.

I’m pretty excited – anything that’ll twist my rubber arm to get me playing Mass Effect 2 some more is a winner. If you haven’t picked it up yet, why the hell not?We thought it was pretty gosh-darned awesome, and if you don’t play it, you’re missing out on one of this generations finest games.

Source : Bioware

Last Updated: February 26, 2010


  1. darthdad

    February 26, 2010 at 12:26

    :w00t: Yes please!
    Great game, and it just keeps getting better! 😎


  2. TheBeasht

    February 26, 2010 at 15:29

    Don’t you dare speak badly of the Mako. I thought it was great!! Like a white-chocolate coated, heavy-armoured, all-terrain dream-boat. Loved it!! I was very dissapointed it didn’t make it into ME2. Looks like the Hammerhead will make up for it though. 🙂


  3. Nick de Bruyne

    February 26, 2010 at 15:56

    I just wished that the Mako missions in ME1 didn’t feel so much like fillers. Especially when I paid the money to get the DLC and it was just a glorified Mako level, if even.


    • Geoff

      February 26, 2010 at 16:02

      Thankfully Mass effect 2’s DLC is ALREADY better than the first game’s. 🙂


      • ME2 for life

        February 26, 2010 at 16:52

        Don’t listen to Nick. He is not a real fan. He stopped caring along time ago.


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