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Tuesday, 29 June 2010 09:42

Split/Second to get Hyper Car Pack DLC

Written by David Stellmack


Additional content doubtful at this point
The move by BlackRock studios to start development of a new unannounced title will apparently will not stop the release of the “Hyper Car Pack” DLC, which will add three super-high-performance cars to the roster.  The three cars will apparently provide extra speed, drift and performance to give players an advantage over their opponents.

According to our sources, the Hyper Car Pack is still in development and will be released at some point in the near future, but an exact release date and pricing have yet to be announced. Despite a lot of inquiries, it is still unknown if there will be any additional tracks to be released for the game; but at least one of our sources seems to think that the Hyper Car Pack will be for downloadable content for Split/Second.
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