The KZ2 DLC will be available April 30th. That was fast huh? All they really need to do is give us the option to use mechs and I’ll be stuck in KZ2 for a week. Here’s the full release info from Sony:
The “Steel and Titanium” will give players access to two brand new maps for the
online multiplayer mode, “Wasteland Bullet” and “Vetka Cruiser”, complete with fresh
gameplay elements and strategic twists that are guaranteed to challenge event the
most skilled players.
Wasteland Bullet, which pulls inspiration from the train level “Tharsis Refinery” in
the single player campaign, takes the action right onto a high-speed bullet train
that is used to transports goods and troops between Pyrrhus and the Wasteland. On
the train, players must navigate through a narrow and treacherous tight layout,
dodging oncoming obstacles, while facing off with the enemy on top of two high-speed
moving trains. The action is frenzied and dangerous as players will be able to jump
back and forth between the trains throughout the level, while maintaining focus and
remaining aware because hitting a concrete pillar or other obstacles at the train’s
high speeds could mean instant death!
In the second map, Vekta Cruiser, which is based on the “Cruiser” level from the
single player campaign, players as the ISA troops find themselves in close quarters,
boarding a vast ship. Their goal is to repel a force of assaulting Helghast troops
while simultaneously protecting the cruiser from enemy fire. The action takes place
entirely indoors in a frantic and claustrophobic environment where the battle
against Helghast continues. Attackers are lurking around every so attention and
focus is key.
Please note that at this time the pricing for the “Steel and Titanium” DLC map pack