Amazing Spider-Man DLC Available Now on All Platforms
The Amazing Spider-Man was a pretty good game. Now, it’s getting some hopefully pretty good downloadable content on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Steam in the form of the ‘Rhino Challenge Pack’, the ‘Oscorp Search & Destory Pack’, the ‘Stan Lee Adventure Pack’, and the brand new ‘Lizard Rampage Pack’.
I say “brand new” because the other three DLCs were previously available through pre-order bonuses with the game.
‘The Rhino Challenge Pack’ has you on a timed destruction derby as Rhino, tearing through the downtown streets of Manhattan and racking up as many points as you can by destroying the environment, cars, and whatever else enters your path.
‘The Oscorp Search & Destory Pack’ adds two new mini-games to Spider-Man’s in-game cellphone. One is called ‘Destroy the City’, while the other is called ‘Gwen’s Hunter.’
‘The Stan Lee Adventure Pack’ has you in the shoes Stan Lee, creator of Spider-Man and a slew of other Marvel franchises, swinging from the rooftops in search of his lost script pages. The end of the content hosts a special 50th Anniversary of Spider-Man bonus.
Finally, the ‘Lizard Rampage Pack’ has you stomping through the city and defeating Oscorp guards to earn “mega points.” Everything’s on a time limit, so you have to book it, apparently. You can use his “boost jump” to fly across the city, destroy blast towers and buy yourself time, and the pack even includes a ‘Vigilante Spider-Man’ outfit from the movie tie-in.
Each pack will cost you $3.99. That’s $12 total.
If you want to skip a few clicks and save a few bucks, you could simply buy ‘The Amazing Spider-Man Bundle Pack’ from the PSN Store and Steam for $9.99, which includes all four of the aforementioned DLC packs. No word yet on an XBL version of the bundle.
‘The Rhino Challenge Pack’, ‘Oscorp Search & Destroy Pack’, ‘Stan Lee Adventure Pack’, and ‘Lizard Rampage Pack’ are all available today on Xbox Live and Steam, and will be available tomorrow on the PSN. The content will be made available in Europe later this year.