2018 Racing Games

The DLC Plans For Milestone’s Gravel

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What does developer Milestone have in mind for their upcoming racer Gravel after it’s been released? What can you get if you pay extra, and what do you get if you don’t?

First off, there will be a Season Pass offered at the time of the game’s release. Milestone hasn’t revealed yet how much the Season Pass will cost, but it will add to the game twelve new vehicles, ten check point tracks, four new Wild Rush circuits and two new Off-Road Career Events.

We don’t know the specifics of those twelve cars, but we do know a bit about everything else. Even if you don’t buy the Season Pass, Milestone has some DLC waiting in the wings for you….a total of six freemium content packs will be gradually made available in the months following the game’s release, and they’ve already revealed what the first two cars will be.

Bowler Bulldog:
Available March 7th, Great Britain’s new Bowler Bulldog is a powerful ride that makes the off-road experience even more thrilling than before. Dash through deserts or scream through stadiums in this unforgettable beast.

Acciona:
The Acciona might be powered by an electric engine, but it can defeat the field just as well as any other vehicle. Available March 21st, the Accoina will be the first and only electric car coming to GRAVEL.

You hear that? If you want a second electric car, too bad, this is all you get, so there!

Milestone promises more cars will be revealed in the days ahead, so we’ll pass along the info if and when they do so. Gravel launches February 27 for Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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