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Midnight Club: Los Angeles DLC Arrives March 12

by Chris Faylor, Feb 25, 2009 3:21pm PST

The first downloadable content for Rockstar San Diego's open-world race Midnight Club: Los Angeles will hit on March 12, Rockstar Games announced today.

The content will arrive in two forms, a free download that expands the map, and a $10 download with more cars and races.

Details on each download follow below:

The South Central Map Expansion features:

  • Map expansion by one third

  • Four new neighborhoods

  • Price: FREE for both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3

South Central Premium Upgrade features:

  • Nine new vehicles:

    Luxury: 2008 Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG "Black"

    SUV: 2008 Range Rover Supercharged, 2008 Range Rover Sport Super Charged

    Lowrider: 1955 Chevy Bel Air, 1963 Buick Riviera, 1964 Chevy Impala, 1965 Chevy Malibu

    Muscle: 1970 Chevy Chevelle, 1966 Pontiac GTO

  • 26 new races

  • 12 new battle maps

  • 10 new delivery missions

  • 100+ new red light races

  • New rims

  • New body kits for each new car

  • New vinyl pre-sets

  • Hydraulics/Airbags unlocked on all new cars

  • New music

  • Price: $9.99 for PLAYSTATION 3 and 800 MS points for Xbox 360





Comments

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  • I just sold this too and while it is a fun game with really superb graphics and gameplay, I just got tired of race after race and it taking so long to progress. I mean things were unlocked and new races as well as new cars like any other racer but it just seemed to take so long. These sound like bad complaints considering I really liked this game. I knew this free expansion was coming out but do I really want to race around the ghetto part of LA? They should just get it over with and take the city they made w/ South Central included and make a new GTA or other open world action game. Just make the buildings where you can explore them and obviously make the world more conducive to exploration but they already have a good blueprint here for it.

    So much potential in this city and not that much to do in it...