Payday 2 Dev Signs New Deal, Support to Continue Till 2017
More DLC and content will be on the way for the team-based heist simulator.
Overkill Software’s Payday 2 has been supported very well since its release in 2013 with both free and paid DLC added to the game. That support will continue into 2017 as the developer has announced a new deal with publisher 505 Games.
So if you’re wary about picking up the Crimewave Edition, releasing this June for PS4 and Xbox One, then you can rest assured that more content will be on the way as you transition to current gen consoles. Some of the additional content we’ve seen with Payday 2 includes new heists, masks, weapons and much more that have helped keep the game alive in the past few years.
Payday 2: Crimewave Edition will be packing all of the previously release DLC packs and include updated visuals overall. Will you be picking it up this June? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and stay tuned for more information on new DLC packs and content in the coming months.