Bring Down the Sky DLC free for PC Mass Effect

BioWare has announced that Bring Down the Sky, the first piece of downloadable content for the hit video game Mass Effect, will be available for PC gamers to download free of charge when the game launches on May 28 in North America and June 6 across Europe.

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Dlacy13g3810d ago

Disappointed that they allowed the content to be charged for on the 360 and then turn around and dump it for free on PC.

So do we blame Bioware? EA? or MS?....screw it... I blame them all.

darkness within3810d ago

well it gives an incentive to buy the game for pc owners who wait.
And pc gamers never pay for content so why start now?

DomUltra3809d ago

They've never charged PC gamers for additional content unless it's an expansion, this is common business practice and it's been traditional for more than a decade.

okcomputer3809d ago

Pc gamers never pay for content? Tell that to all those mmorpg players forking over monthly fees just to play a game they've already bought.

jackdoe3809d ago

Paying for 24 hour a day dedicated servers isn't quite the same as paying for maps.

meepmoopmeep3809d ago

looks like waiting for the PC version is going to pay off.
kinda dumb to charge Live users though if PC is free

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jackdoe3809d ago

That's nice for PC owners and kind of a stab in the back for 360 owners. Imagine the outrage though, if the Variety Map Pack for CoD 4 was made FREE for the PC owners?

Ariexv3809d ago

It is, users already re-created the exact same maps on PC and you can DL them for free.

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DiabloRising3809d ago

Another superior PC port of a 360 exclusive. Nice. I'll be picking this up when it hits, I enjoyed the little bit I played of it.

LeonSKennedy4Life3809d ago


My only complaint is that your PC has to be a BEAST to run Gears of War smoothly.

Then again, your 360 has to be a PS3 to run it smoothly...

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