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Spec Ops: The Line Unveils Free Co-Op DLC

Four co-op missions coming soon.

2k Games announced via a press release that Spec Ops: The Line will have free downloadable co-op missions shortly after the June 26, 2012 release of the game. The content will be available to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. A demo of the game is currently available on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 and the game is playable on the E3 2012 show floor.

The content will consist of scenarios set in Dubai after a series of sandstorms have destroyed the city. The four missions will each contain unique objectives, environments, and playable characters that will operate separately from the single-player campaign.

Press Release


2K Games Announces Spec Ops®: The Line Cooperative Multiplayer as Free Bonus Content

Available for download shortly after game’s launch on June 26, 2012


New York, NY – June 4, 2012 – 2K Games announced today that cooperative multiplayer is coming to Spec Ops®: The Line, the highly anticipated third-person military shooter set in a sandstorm ravaged Dubai. The free bonus content is the perfect complement to the provocative single-player narrative campaign and will be available as a downloadable offering for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and Windows PC. This bonus content is free of charge to everyone who purchases Spec Ops: The Line and will be available shortly after the game’s launch on June 26, 2012.

The cooperative bonus content in Spec Ops: The Line features a series of objective-based cooperative multiplayer scenarios set in Dubai after a series of cataclysmic sandstorms have wrecked the city. It includes four fast-paced missions, each with its own unique objectives, environments and playable characters. The two players must work together to fight through waves of enemies and blinding sandstorms to complete their objectives, emphasizing teamwork and utilizing a variety of weapons and explosives.

In addition to the cooperative multiplayer game mode, which will be available shortly after the release of Spec Ops: The Line, the game also features an engaging single-player campaign and an online multiplayer game mode. Developed by YAGER, Spec Ops: The Line features an intense single-player narrative that unfolds within the destroyed opulence of Dubai. Playing as Captain Martin Walker, gamers fight through the city in search of Colonel John Konrad and his missing battalion, The Damned 33rd. Spec Ops: The Line also features an expansive, class-based online multiplayer experience. The multiplayer mode features squad-based games that take place in the visually stunning environments of a sandstorm ravaged Dubai.

Spec Ops: The Line will be shown on the show floor of the 2K Games booth (South Hall, #2401) at E3, taking place June 5-7, 2012 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Gamers can also experience Spec Ops: The Line now by downloading the free playable** demo for Xbox 360 and PS3.

Spec Ops: The Line is rated M for Mature by the ESRB. For a complete Spec Ops: The Line experience, including the latest news, downloads, information and more please visit www.specopstheline.com. Check out Spec Ops: The Line on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/specops.


 

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2K Games Announces Spec Ops®: The Line Cooperative Multiplayer as Free Bonus Content

Available for download shortly after game’s launch on June 26, 2012


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