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3:00 AM on 01.08.2014

PS3 players of Payday 2 get free Sweet Tooth mask DLC

Another creepy clown visage is now available in the PlayStation 3 version of Payday 2, and one fans of Sony should be well familiar with. Sweet Tooth, the lovably psychotic burning clown thing from the Twisted Metal ...

Conrad Zimmerman


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7:30 PM on 11.13.2013

Become President Obama in the new Payday 2 DLC

The Armored Transport downloadable content for Payday 2 comes to PC tomorrow for $6.99. In it you'll get new armored car and train heist jobs playable across the game's six maps. Plus expect three new weapons, four new mask ...

Hamza CTZ Aziz



Jimquisition: Time To Get Paid photo
Jimquisition: Time To Get Paid
by Jim Sterling

Payday 2 is a success, because the people making and publishing it weren't completely stupid. What sorcery is this?

Yes, it's one of those episodes where we celebrate one game getting it right and not stuffing everything up. Speaking of stuffing, Jim at last unveils the Dragon Dildo ... and does things with it. Terrible things.

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Review: PAYDAY 2  photo
Review: PAYDAY 2
by Jim Sterling

Nobody could ever claim PAYDAY: The Heist wasn't a good idea. Tapping into every human's secret desire to be part of a beautifully orchestrated, flamboyantly daring theft of grand proportions was a masterstroke, and while the execution was spotty, the overall result was a ton of fun. 

Overkill is having a second crack of the whip with PAYDAY 2, clutching its clever idea jealously while surrounding it with much more content. A deeper leveling system, greater customization options, and a ton of new heists are all on offer.

The execution is, once again, spotty, but the result is, once again, a ton of fun.

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6:30 PM on 08.08.2013

Payday 2 is profitable and it's not even out yet

Despite the fact that it hasn't even launched yet, Payday 2 is profitable. The cooperative heist game, which is currently playable in beta, hits Steam on Tuesday. "Starbreeze today has once again demonstrated that our strateg...

Jordan Devore

3:00 AM on 08.07.2013

PayDay 2 launching August 13 on Steam

It's time to pull off the ultimate heist as PayDay 2 arrives next week. It'll be out first on August 13 for Steam on PC, then August 16 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. To go along with that announcement is the latest trailer and batch of screens. Spoilers: In it we see people committing crimes. Whoa!

Hamza CTZ Aziz

4:30 PM on 07.31.2013

There's a little Hotline Miami in Payday 2

There's a special homage to Hotline Miami in Payday 2! You can purchase a pig mask called "The Hog" and it has some familiar sounding text associated with it too. Yeah that's about it. Just a neat little thing. Anyway, we're...

Hamza CTZ Aziz

5:00 PM on 07.09.2013

Payday 2 Collector's Edition comes with a real mask

The North American collector's edition for Payday 2 is notable in that it's priced at a reasonable $59.99. That, and it includes a wearable mask, which is a pretty good bonus as far as these things tend to go. There's also a...

Jordan Devore



Payday 2 blew away my expectations, stole my heart photo
Payday 2 blew away my expectations, stole my heart
by Steven Hansen

Payday 2 feels like one of the most ambitious sequels in recent memory. I was a fan of Payday: The Heist, which in and of itself is high praise. Normally I can't be bothered to play online multiplayer and I've had first-person shooter fatigue for years, but Payday clicked with me. The focus on carefully orchestrated cooperation combined with the game's sometimes vicious level of challenge against near overwhelming odds is exhilarating. 

We knew Payday 2 was going to be much improved, given that it's receiving a retail release in addition to digital, and we knew that new elements were going to be added, like stealth possibilities. Still, I wasn't prepared for how much has improved. Talking to director David Goldfarb and then playing for myself left me pleasantly surprised and wanting to play more.

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8:30 PM on 05.30.2013

New Payday 2 trailer goes all sneaky mode

I never got around to playing PAYDAY: The Heist, as it ended up being one of the victims of my every growing backlog. I might just have to make up for that with the sequel though. The latest trailer for Payday 2 is now up, s...

Abel Girmay

2:30 PM on 05.14.2013

Payday 2 will also launch at retail this August

Overkill Software has announced plans for a more ambitious release of Payday 2. Now, the first-person heist game will be arriving on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 at retail worldwide in addition to the previously-announced Steam...

Jordan Devore





8:00 AM on 03.13.2013

PAYDAY 2 trailer here for the banks money, yours too

PAYDAY: The Heist always reminds me of Michael Mann’s brilliant, taut tale of thievery, Heat. The opening of The Dark Knight reminded me of Heat, too; a more somber Point Break, given the creepy clown masks. And now PA...

Steven Hansen

8:00 PM on 08.07.2012

Payday gets its first DLC today for both PSN and PC

I really need to get Payday: The Heist. First that crossover with Left 4 Dead happened recently, which added the L4D scenario "No Mercy," and now it has its first DLC today after almost a year of being released. Oh, and ...

Brett Zeidler

2:30 PM on 10.18.2011

You're gonna get tazed in Payday: The Heist

[This is the final part in a series of five guest blogs from OVERKILL Software creative director Simon Vicklund about the forces that stand between you and incalculable wealth in Payday: The Heist, out today for PlayStat...

Conrad Zimmerman



The brute force of Payday: The Heist's Bulldozer photo
The brute force of Payday: The Heist's Bulldozer
by Conrad Zimmerman

[This is the fourth in a series of five guest blogs from OVERKILL Software creative director Simon Vicklund about the forces that stand between you and incalculable wealth in Payday: The Heist, coming soon to PlayStation Network. Read previous installments [1,2,3] and stay tuned to Destructoid as we continue this series up to the release of Payday on October 18th]

Hi again! Today we're going to talk about the Bulldozer. That's this guy.

He is called the Bulldozer because he can smash through any defense, demolish the opposition and crush all hope. The need to "tag" certain enemies so that your teammates can easily see them and help you in taking them out, is never more urgent than when a Bulldozer crashes your party!

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