Kotaku: "You do get some new VR missions, though, and some of the dialogue fleshes out Sam’s backstory a bit. And it’s mildly pleasurable to hear some primary characters from the campaign blather on again in the game’s overcooked fashion. Still, those aren’t enough to justify the DLC’s $10 asking price. But—when compared with, say, the beefier and better-made Virgil’s Downfall DLC for DmC—this add-on amounts to nothing more than a piece of monetized déjà vu. You’d better off watching some Let’s Play videos than putting down cash for this."