Contest: Kane & Lynch 2 PS3 DLC Giveaway

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Any Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days multiplayer players out there looking for a leg up on the competition? How about some free DLC?

IO Interactive, Eidos and Square Enix recently released three DLC packs for Kane & Lynch 2, and we have two PS3 codes to give away for each pack redeemable via the US PSN store. To enter, do one of the following: leave a comment below (with valid email), follow us on Twitter @vgblogger and retweet this message, or email us at contests@vgblogger.com with the subject line “Kane & Lynch 2 PS3 DLC Giveaway.”

The entry period begins today and will last through Thursday, September 23rd. Then on Friday, September 24th, two winners will be randomly selected to each receive PSN vouchers to download all three DLC packs.

Details and a trailer for the three DLC packs are posted below.

Doggie Bag Pack: Take on new heists and unlock new Achievement points with two never before seen maps and five exclusive weapons for Multiplayer and Arcade modes. Dockyard and High Rise maps, plus the Radio Tower map (previously available through pre-order offers) provide new opportunity to increase your wealth. And with the inclusion of five new weapons, including the DD 33, KL Viper, RTS, SMi 69, and the TOQ Model Four S the odds are in your favor of pulling off a successful heist.

Alliance Weapons Pack: Increase your weapons arsenal with seven powerful new weapons for all Multiplayer modes and Arcade mode. A mix of handguns, shotguns and assault rifles the new weapons include: Doretta Silenced, Steele 870, TOQ SBR, Kaliningrad 47, PAC 10 silenced, N 77P Silenced, TOQ Elite. (Weapons previously available through pre-order).

Multiplayer Mask Pack: Conceal your identity and avoid revenge attacks with 8 costume masks stolen from a Chinese gift shop, for all Multiplayer modes and Arcade mode. You never want to be identified, especially if you are a traitor! (Masks previously available through pre-order).

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