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Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance gets Jetstream, Blade Wolf DLC in April

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Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is already almost maxed-out with wacky DLC additions, but we're getting two more in April: Jetstream and Blade Wolf. Both will run $7 on PS3 and Xbox 360. Jetstream is a side story featuring Sam as a playable character, while the other puts players in the metallic, bestial body of Blade Wolf for his own tail tale.

The VR Missions DLC pack is available now on PS3, free through April 3. The VR Missions pack is exclusive to the PS3 for now in the US and Canada, though in other regions it's available on Xbox 360 for 240 Microsoft Points.

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Free VR Missions DLC Available Now; Two Additional DLC Packs Available Starting this April

Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today announced that the DLC Virtual Reality (VR) Missions is available now on the Playstation®3 Entertainment System. Free for a limited time, the DLC adds 30 all-new missions to the game, featuring the classic VR look inspired by the original METAL GEAR SOLID VR Missions. The pack is pure, uncut gameplay that introduces a host of unique new challenges that will push Raiden's skills to its limits.

Along with the VR Missions, KONAMI will release two additional METAL GEAR RISING: REVENGEANCE downloadable content packs starting this April. The first DLC pack, Jetstream, will be a side story featuring Sam as a playable character. The second pack, Blade Wolf, will allow players to control the enigmatic Blade Wolf and will showcase his side story. Both DLC packs will feature multiple hours of gameplay including unique abilities and characteristics for each character, while also expanding on each of their storylines and origins.

The VR Missions DLC is available now for free on the PlayStation Playstation®3 Entertainment System.

The Jetstream and Blade Wolf DLC will be available in April for $6.99 for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft.

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