Selling for 600 Microsoft Points ($7.50) a piece, both packs are said to add roughly ten hours to the MMO's multiplayer component through new maps, co-op missions, and PvP challenges.
"Reality Pump has worked tirelessly to improve the multiplayer experience and the downloadable content is geared towards expanding upon it, offering lots of new missions and areas to explore with friends," said SouthPeak CEO Melanie Mroz.
The first pack will arrive on Xbox Live Marketplace in March, with the second slated for an April release. No mention was made of similar content being available for the PC edition.
So, why? The game has an average review score of about 50% for the 360 and only sold a couple hundred thousand copies. Great that they're supporting it, but I doubt many people will buy this stuff.
Well if they were supporting it that would be one thing, but it sounds like they are charging 15 bucks for much needed content to me. ( i know nothing about the game, just going by what was on the article and what you said)