Post Apocalyptic Mayhem free DLC released on Steam

Meridian4 announced today that a new DLC for their over-the-top vehicular combat game, Post Apocalyptic Mayhem, is available through Steam. This new DLC is called Death Area 8 and features three new vehicles (Nucloid, The Veteran and Kitty with Claws) and one new track, the Death Area 8. The most important thing however, is that this DLC is free for all owners of Post Apocalyptic Mayhem.
Steve Milburn, Marketing Director of Meridian 4 said:
“New content that is easily downloaded is a great way to grow our online community of players and ideal means in which to build a larger and more robust gameplay experience. Our first DLC pack is completely free and underscores our commitment to our consumers and the game.”
As the press release reads, Death Area 8 features:
New Vehicles –
§   Nucloid – based on an electric “smart” car with an ironic twist, the Nucloid prefers to draw its power from a nuclear reactor under the hood, rather than the standard electric charging station found at the homes of environmentalists;
§   The Veteran – assembled from parts found in various military scrap yards, The Veteran is a veritable road map of mechanical military history;
§   Kitty with Claws – don’t be fooled by her cutesy charms; those teddy bears explode and that perfume is the sweet smell of death;
New Track
§   Death Area 8 – an insane figure eight track set in an old decrepit Oil Refinery, littered with metal parts, steel drums and huge flumes of smoke and flames, Death Area 8 is designed with more funnel areas to increase the destruction and mayhem.

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