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Wednesday, 21 April 2010 06:22

The Passing to arrive Thursday

Written by David Stellmack

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First L4D2 add-on content looks good

We are able to update our previous story with news that we can now confirm the first downloadable content for Left 4 Dead 2 titled The Passing will arrive this Thursday for Xbox 360 owners willing to spend the 560 Microsoft Points that it will cost.

While we don’t have official confirmation yet that it will arrive on Steam for PC users at the same time, we are told by our sources that is likely the case. Despite the delayed release of The Passing, the new add-on (which will bring back the survivors from the first Left 4 Dead) should be an excellent add-on that will be a must buy for Left for Dead fans.

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