Sony Showers White Knight Chronicles and Hustle Kings With Free Content

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Free post-launch downloadable content support is rare these days, so Sony’s announced plans to expand Level-5’s PS3 RPG White Knight Chronicles and PSN billiards game Hustle Kings free of charge comes as a pleasant surprise (emphasis on surprise).

Starting tomorrow, free quests will be added to White Knight Chronicles‘ online world on a weekly basis through the end of June. One quest each week will be permanent, while others will be limited-time quests that will remain active for two weeks at a time. Simply turn on the game every week (I’m guessing every Thursday) and you’ll see new quests available from the world map. And in case you need further clarification, Sony will be tweeting the quest names as they go live.

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As for Hustle Kings, the team at VooFoo Studios has been listening to community feedback and will soon release a free game update introducing a wide range of new features and gameplay enhancements, including in-game voice and video chat, PlayStation Home game launching, a Free Play mode, improved pocket dampening so balls don’t bounce out of pockets as frequently, and much more. Following this patch, two free Crazy Tables add-on packs will also be made available containing crazy new tables (like the one pictured above) designed to truly test your billiards skills.

White Knight Chronicles: Free Quests through June! [PlayStation.Blog]
Hustle Kings Adding Video Chat, Voice Chat, Game Launching and More [PlayStation.Blog]

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