Predator: Hunting Grounds isn't a very good game, but at least developer Illfonic is tackling its DLC in the right way. Arnold Schwarzenegger's Dutch will be returning to the franchise as a new playable character on 26th May alongside a set of collectible tapes voiced by the man himself. They piece together what the solider has been doing since 1987 and will be delivered as a free content drop. You'll need to pay to play as Dutch, however.
As detailed on the PlayStation Blog, purchasing this first pack will also net you early access to Dutch's knife and the QR5 "Hammerhead" Rifle. But that's not all. Illfonic has committed to at least another three pieces of DLC, which will be released in June, July, and August.
Jared Gerritzen, chief creative officer at Illfonic, didn't disclose what these future updates will contain. However, he did say that Predator: Hunting Grounds will receive "both free updates and paid DLC coming in the months ahead that will keep you on your toes in the hunt and continue to make the game exciting for everyone". Hopefully, this does enough to flesh the game out beyond its barebones offerings at the time of writing.
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