Escape Plan offers temporary 25-cent DLC - destructoid

Escape Plan offers temporary 25-cent DLC

11:00 AM on 06.13.2012

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

Sony is delivering a brand new DLC pack for Escape Plan titled "The Asylum", and it's ready for your perusal on the PSN for .25 (it'll revert back to $4.99 on June 26th). The DLC takes place directly after the events of the game, and includes new trophies, costumes, and levels.

Patch 1.02 and a demo are also going live, as are five free avatars for PS+ members. Overall, Escape Plan is just an "alright" game in my opinion, but Vita fans who are hurting for more titles to play can't really go wrong: especially since Gravity Rush is also out this week!

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