PlayStation announced a slew of new DLC for existing and soon-to-be-released PS4 titles at their Paris Games Week bash overnight.
Call of Duty: WWII – The Resistance
Coming first to PlayStation on January 30, 2018, there was no trailer for this, but there was for the return of the very popular Carentan mulitplayer map, which you can watch just above. It will be available at launch on November 3.
Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris
The much-anticipated first expansion for Destiny 2 will land on December 5.
Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis
The last big update for FFXV will hit on December 13, complete with a speedboat.
Horizon Zero Dawn – Frozen Wilds
Possibly the most promoted DLC in the history of forever, this is a new look at the icy add-on, which is due on November 7.
Minecraft – Stranger Things skin pack
Want to play as a blocky Eleven? OK then, here you go! It’s available as of this week.
Monster Hunter: World
Not DLC news as such for this much-wanted upcoming release, but a beta will commence on December 9 – oh, and you’ll be able to play as Horizon Zero Dawn‘s Aloy on PS4 by using her bow and full armour set.
Check out all the shiny new PS4 announcements from Paris Games Week here.
Check out all the exciting new PSVR announcements from Paris Games Week here.