Toy Soldiers Brings Napalm to the Cold War

By Rebecca Smith, 4 years ago
Toy Soldiers: Cold War doesn't do things by halves. Instead of releasing one DLC add-on for the game, they released two and both come with achievements.

First we have the "Evil Empire" DLC that has finally been released after its delay. Players take on the role of the Russians in the Cold War, with three new campaign levels and a host of other gameplay perks to boot. The DLC adds three new achievements worth a total of 50G. Check out the trailer here.

Are you ready to join Ivan in the fight against the rising power? Then purchase EVIL EMPIRE and expand your TOY SOLDIERS: COLD WAR experience. Enter the fray as the Russian Army in all new Single Player Campaign! Also included are new Mini-game, Survival Mode: Trauma, Barrage: Orbital Laser, Multiplayer and Survival Maps that are ready for Co-Op action! Earn three new achievements worth 50 gamer points and enjoy all new Soviet inspired content!
Secondly we have the "Napalm" DLC. Here players take on the role of the US forces in the Cold War. Like the other DLC, this add-on includes a mini campaign and a variety of other gameplay modes too. The DLC adds three new achievements worth a total of 50G. Check out the trailer and screenshots here.

It's time to fight alongside your favorite Commando again while pushing into the jungles of the Viet Cong! By purchasing NAPALM you will expand your TOY SOLDIERS: COLD WAR experience! Get ready to return as the Americans in a new Single Player Campaign! Also included are new Mini-game, Survival Mode: Commando, Barrage: Napalm, Multiplayer and Survival Mode Maps that are ready for Co-Op action! Earn three new achievements worth 50 gamer points and enjoy all new Vietnam inspired content!
The "Evil Empire" DLC costs 400 MSP and can be downloaded from here. The "Napalm" DLC also costs 400 MSP and can be downloaded 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.