Downloadable Content Packs (DLCs) are add on packs distributed by the original game distributor or a third party, that add something to an already existing game. DLCs can include a whole range of things from new levels or objectives to new characters or additional worlds.
DLC's have become hugely important because it allows developers to keep working after a game is released, either fixing problems, improving general gameplay, or shaping a game more to the wants and needs of the fans.With their surge in popularity and influence, this list of the best DLC packs has been ranked by gamers as the best packs available. Vote up the DLC packs you think are the best, that have most improved a game you love.
The Dragonborn DLC allowed you unlock hours more gameplay by traveling to the island of Solstheim to return the first dragon blood. It also unlocked extra quests, weapons, armor, and characters.
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The Ballad of Gay Tony DLC added incredibly well designed new missions, hours of additional game play, addictive multi-player levels, and more.
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Minerva's Den DLC was basically a character study on AI and early computing, with INCREDIBLE visuals. The graphics alone are worth the price of the game itself, though opinion on Bioshock 2 itself is almost cleanly split down the middle: half of gamers love it, the other half think it shouldn't have been made. But almost all agree that Minerva's Den was a huge improvement.
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The Undead Nightmare DLC takes you from the polished cinematic (amazing) standard Red Dead game and puts you in an entire new game and genre. A separate game entirely, this DLC is expansive, and as fully formed and thought out as the regular RDR. see more on Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare