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Section 8: Prejudice – New ‘Overdrive’ map pack on way

We have some exciting news now for those of you that have downloaded the first-person shooter game Section 8: Prejudice, as we’ve just heard that the developer TimeGate Studios has recently announced that the new ‘Overdrive’ map pack DLC is on its way.

According to Pete Haas over on the website, the ‘Overdrive’ map pack is due to be released next Wednesday, June 1st. The new downloadable map pack will add two brand new locations to the multiplayer game. This includes Abaddon and Sky Dock.

The Abaddon map features a power cell facility that’s surrounded by magma craters, while the Sky Dock maps takes place at a military base located in an icy environment. Both of the new maps will be able to be played online and offline in all of the game modes.

For those of you that have not played the first-person shooter game before, Prejudice is the digital-download only sequel to the Section 8 game. In Section 8: Prejudice, players don power suits that let them fly through the air in short bursts, as well as run at high speeds.

Players enter combat through orbital dropships, and have the ability to choose where they want to be dropped on a map. Gamers also have the ability to call down drop pods that contain defensive structures and vehicles while they are in the middle of a match.

The upcoming map pack will become available through Games for Windows Marketplace and Xbox Live Arcade, and will cost you 320 Microsoft Points or $4. Are you tempted to download the new ‘Overdrive’ map pack?

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Written by Tina Chubb

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