More Dead Rising 2: Off The Record (PC) DLC

By Rebecca Smith, 5 years ago
Again, one week later than its Xbox 360 cousin, Dead Rising 2: Off The Record (PC) gets the "BBQ CHEF Skills Pack", though it doesn't add any new achievements. Here's the much more useful Xbox description to give you some idea of what to expect:

Fire up the grill and become everyone's favorite meat man with the BBQ CHEF skill pack. Get beefier attacks with the knife and cleaver, gain more health from delicious meats, cause bigger explosions to charbroil any zombies in range and make fatal use of the condiment bar! Even better - fricassee up some vittles at any stove with the frypan and restore spoiled food through touch alone! Includes: 1) BBQ Chef Hat 2) BBQ Chef Face 3) BBQ Chef Apron 4) BBQ Chef Sandals Skill Pack Bonuses: * Gain more health from grilled foods like BBQ chicken, ribs and hamburgers! * New attacks with the chef knife and meat cleaver! * Explosions are bigger!!! * Deadly attacks with ketchup, mayonnaise and mustard!
Also released today was the "DR2:OTR GAMEBREAKER Pack". More description comes via the Xbox section of Xbox.com:

The GAMEBREAKER pack let's you take over the game and control almost every aspect of Dead Rising 2: Off The Record. Dumb down the AI, create indestructible combo weapons, distort character models and add cinematic filter effects to enhance your Fortune City experience! Features include: - Instant PP - Clock manipulation - God Mode - Infinite ammo - Infinite weapon durability - Super damage - Super speed - Big head mode - Body builder mode - Dumb zombies - Flat Frank - Giant hands - Cinema filters - And MORE! If you think you've seen everything Dead Rising 2: Off The Record has to offer, think again. The GAMEBREAKER pack takes zombie killing action to a whole new level.
The "BBQ CHEF Skills Pack" costs $1.99 / £1.35 and is available from here. The "DR2:OTR GAMEBREAKER Pack" costs $4.99 / £3.25 and is available from here.
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.