Renegade Ops – Coldstrike Campaign and The Vehicle Pack announced and coming on December 20th

SEGA announce today more details of the new premium downloadable content for Renegade Ops, the story expansion Coldstrike Campaign and The Vehicle Pack (also known as The Reinforcement Pack). Play in single player or multiplayer from December 20 on the PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE Arcade for Xbox 360 and PC Digital Download.
As the Renegade Ops storyline continues, the plot thickens with a new nemesis, Coldstrike. The Coldstrike Campaign pack contains three new icy levels and challenges, with the aim to defeat the cold-hearted enemy in arctic environments. Watch out for the Golems, large armored Drone factories that continuously produce low-flying enemies. The Coldstrike Campaign will be priced at US$4.99/£3.59/€4.49/AUD$6.25 for the PlayStation Network, and 400 Microsoft Points for the Xbox LIVE Marketplace for Xbox 360.
The Vehicle Pack introduces new heroes Crystal and Blazemo; both join the elite fighting unit equipped with their own unique abilities and weapons to help wreak ultimate destruction on their enemies. Military operative Crystal comes to the team with her custom armored vehicle and her ability to produce a large force field, absorbing enemy weapons to give you and your team time to breathe. Navigating Blazemo’s off-road Racer enables you to drive across all terrains while destroying everything in your path. Blazemo gets his name from the catastrophic damage caused by burning environments and enemies with a stream of intense fire from his special weapon, the Incinerator. The Vehicle Pack will be priced at US$2.99/£1.99/€2.49/AUD$3.45 for the PlayStation Network, and 240 Microsoft Points for Xbox LIVE Marketplace for Xbox 360.

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