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Saints Row getting three DLC packs

Starting with Ultor Exposed in April.

Volition has revealed that it is working on three downloadable content packs for Saints Row 2, the first of which, Ultor Exposed, is due out on 16th April for PS3 and Xbox 360.

"Ultor Exposed is the first of three DLC packages that will be made available for Saints Row 2," DLC producer James Torbit told Eurogamer in an exclusive Ultor Exposed interview today.

"I'll get my brake lines cut if I reveal any details [on the other two], but rest assured that we're hard at work building on the Saints Row 2 experience."

Ultor Exposed consists of three new missions, available any time after the original prologue, and features porn star Tera Patrick as a homie who can join you in the battle to expose the dodgy Ultor corporation.

It will be priced at 800 Microsoft Points (GBP 6.80 / EUR 9.60) on Xbox 360 and GBP 7.99 on PlayStation Network.

The pack also includes a new "competitive co-op" diversion, where players gain points by killing gang members, blowing things up and the like, along with six new vehicles, two new maps and extra customisation options.

There are also five new Achievements to unlock worth 125 gamerpoints on Xbox Live, covering a range of objectives.

You can get the measure of more of this in our Saints Row 2: Ultor Exposed interview, screenshot gallery and launch trailer with gameplay footage.

THQ has yet to comment on a PC version of Ultor Exposed, but we'll let you know if and when that changes.

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