First Paid Mass Effect 2 DLC Gets Priced

By Chad Awkerman

March 22, 2010

In the recent past we reported that the first paid additional content for Mass Effect 2 would be hitting in April, but we didn’t know the pricing Bioware and EA were going to go with. Now we know. You’ll be able to download the new content “Kasumi – Stolen Memory” for 560 Microsoft spacebucks, or $7 if you have the PC version.

Bioware seems pretty intent on supporting this title with some quality downloadable content, both free (through the Cerberus Network) and paid, like this one here. Now it is just a matter of us gamers pulling the game off the shelf and popping it in to get caught up on all this new goodness. Hit the jump to check out the official description of this DLC pack from Bioware themselves.

“Cerberus has procured the service of Kasumi Goto, the galaxy’s most enigmatic master thief. In return for her help, Kasumi has asked for Commander Shepard’s help on a dangerous heist to infiltrate the vault of a deadly master criminal named Donovan Hock. Players must gain Kasumi’s loyalty on the planet Bekenstein, where Hock is throwing a party for some of the galaxy’s richest and most deranged criminal minds. The mission: recover data of great importance to Kasumi, and to the galaxy at large. In addition to this new mission, players will also receive a new research upgrade, one new weapon, and a new achievement in this PDLC pack.”

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Chad Awkerman

Chad joined the DualShockers staff in mid 2009 and since then has put much of his time into covering RPGs, with a focus on the Japanese side of the genre, from the obscure to the mainstream. He's a huge fan of iconic games like Secret of Mana, Final Fantasy VI and Persona 4 yet enjoys the smaller niche titles, as well. In his spare time he enjoys experiencing new beer, new foods and keeping up with just about every sci-fi show on television. He's married to an intelligent, beautiful Southern Belle who keeps his life interesting with witty banter and spicy Cajun cooking.

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