on 07-12-2011 01:12 AM
On behalf of everyone at Insomniac Games and Sony I’m very excited to announce Resistance 3‘s Brutality Pack, available tomorrow for download from the PlayStation Store! This new DLC features a vicious survival mode where you face off against an army of ravenous grims as they try to take you and your friends down. And yup, it’s co-op – both online and offline. Plus, you get a special Mick Cutler skin AND the sledgehammer unlocked for all of the game’s modes, as well as a special Warden Static PS3 Theme.
But what has me most stoked personally is that the Brutality Pack fittingly features the music of the incomparable Mastodon. We’re featuring seven tracks, including three songs from their just-released album The Hunter, two instrumental versions of Blood Mountain tracks and two special bonus songs from the deluxe version of The Hunter.
I have to admit that I’ve been a longtime Mastodon fan. But it wasn’t until I saw them open for Queens of the Stone Age that I became a true uberfan. These guys are masters of their craft and when you see them play live its mind blowing. They bring raw intensity and incredible energy to everything they do. Their chugging roar is a perfect fit for Resistance and especially for the Brutality Pack where it’s you, a sledgehammer and some very, very hungry Chimera. To learn more about Mastodon and their music you can check out their latest music video on YouTube or visit their official site at http://www.mastodonrocks.com/.
We’re sincerely honored that Mastodon is now a part of the Resistance universe. Prepare to get brutal!
on 07-12-2011 08:15 AM
on 04-01-2012 09:18 PM
Hi, I bought the
Resistance 3 Brutality Pack
and when I installed it, it would not work. When I looked online I found that other people also had a problem with it. I downloaded it a second time but it would still not work. Can someone at Sony please look into this. I will be looking for my money back if it is not fixed soon.
on 05-01-2012 04:14 AM
When you say it's not working, what exactly is happening or not happening.
If you can install the DLC, but it doesn't appear ingame, we'd suggest checking that the region code on your disc matches your account.
If you're using an AU / NZ account, the code on the actual disc will need to be BLES-xxxxxx.
on 06-01-2012 12:32 AM
Hi, I am from Ireland and I bought the game new in Ireland, I only have one PSN account and I have had no problems with any other games or DLC that I have bought. The code on the case is BCES-01118. I had no problem with the network pass and I have been able to play the multiplayer part that came with the game online. When I go to the store to download the Brutality Pack there are 2 files, the theme and the Brutality Pack. Both download fine, the theme works fine, it is just that after I install the Brutality Pack it does not show in the game, I have no way of playing it.
Did Sony put the wrong version of the DLC on the store for Ireland and the UK?
See below for other people's problems.
I hope this is helpful and the problem will be sorted out soon.
on 06-01-2012 04:13 AM
Based on what you've said there, shouldn't be any problems so long as it's working properly.
Have you contacted your local Support Centre (phone number in the back of the game book) to see if they're aware of anything locally?
on 21-07-2012 03:18 PM
I downloaded this pack and is working fine and showing up in the game, i just think that it should be in a different map, and you should have points and you buy wepons.
And it should be 4 or 6 players, not 2.
It seems too boring with just 2.
Plz update it with those and to fix the issue with it not showing up in the game.
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