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During the Ubisoft E3 2019 press conference, developer Massive Entertainment revealed their DLC plans for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. The Division 2 DLC will include three free episodes throughout the year and into 2020. Year 1 pass holders will receive the DLC a week before launch.
Episode 1 D.C. Outskirts (July 2019) lets players explore beyond the city of Washington D.C., including the Washington National Zoo. Episode 1 also adds a new Expedition mode, adding co-op challenges each week set in Trinity College.
Episode 2 Pentagaon: The Last Castle (Fall 2019) adds three new story missions within the Department of Defense headquarters. It will also add The Division 2’s second 8-player raid, Operation Dark Hours, where players travel to a foundry to take on the True Sons.
Episode 3 Coney Island: Homecoming (Spring 2020) brings it all back to the setting of the first The Division, New York City. Specifically, Coney Island, where someone is trying to spread a new virus to wipe out the rest of humanity.
To get more people interested in The Division 2, Ubisoft is hosting a free weekend this weekend, June 13-16 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Players will be able to keep their progress should they choose to purchase the game afterward.
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Monomi Park has announced a new paid DLC pack for Slime Rancher. The Secret Style Pack (June 18) adds new alternate cosmetic skins for all 20 slimes.
Once installed, new treasure pods can be found scattered throughout the alien slime-filled world of the Far, Far Range. Each treasure pod will contain a new secret style for a slime. Each style can be turned off and on at the ranch house to make every slime appear with its new skin.
Note that it’s purely a cosmetic change. Slimes will still act, and eat, according to their normal slime type.
Below is a list of the new slime styles:
- Sparkly (Pink Slime)
- Monochrome (Quantum Slime)
- Heavy Metal (Rock Slime)
- Shattered (Mosaic Slime)
- Tiger (Tabby Slime)
- Nebula (Dervish Slime)
- Angelic (Phosphor Slime)
- Nightshade (Tangle Slime)
- Radiant (Rad Slime)
- Devilish (Fire Slime)
- Arcane (Boom Slime)
- Pre-Jellasic (Saber Slime)
- Royal Jelly (Honey Slime)
- Boomerang (Quicksilver Slime)
- Lilypad (Puddle Slime)
- Retro (Glitch Slime)
- Ruby Red (Crystal Slime)
- Gilded (Gold Slime)
- Cheshire (Hunter Slime)
- Guardian (Lucky Slime)
The Secret Style Pack will arrive first on PC (Steam, Epic Games Store) and later on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Slime Rancher is one of our favorite family-friendly games of the last several years (read our review). It’s currently available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One and rated E10+.
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