BioWare has said that more free Mass Effect 2 downloadable content will be released soon.

"Free in-game content in a couple weeks for those who have activated Cerberus Network! Stay tuned for more details," BioWare noted on its Twitter feed.

Cerberus Network is the in-game system for distributing downloadable content, which comes free with every new copy of the game via redeemable code and otherwise costs 1200 Microsoft Points or equivalent - the idea being to discourage second-hand sales by making new copies more attractive.

The launch DLC for the game consisted of The Price of Revenge, which introduced the companion Zaeed Massani, and another bit of content allowing you to visit an old friend on a distant world.

BioWare has previously said to expect more DLC post-release, including the Hammerhead hover tank and additional weapons and armour, but it's not clear whether these specific elements will be free or sold separately.

Check out our spoiler-free Mass Effect 2 launch DLC roundup for more on the content released so far.

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