No, it's not a DLC pack created after the James McAvoy starring movie adaptation of the Irvine Welsh novel but there's probably an equal amount of swearing in it. As you can tell from the screenshot above it's a foul-mouthed expansion that fits with Overkill's trashy B-movie aesthetic. To be honest, from the in game footage I've seen the language is about on par for an average work night out here in Glasgow, so it's not shocking to me.
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