While the debate over how much downloadable content for games should cost rages on, there's one thing all gamers can agree on--no one will complain when the content is free. In the forums of the 3D Realms Web site, a company rep stated that the upcoming batch of downloadable content for its Xbox 360 and PC sci-fi first-person shooter, Prey, will be free of charge.
As previously announced, the developer is currently working on multiplayer maps and skins but has no timetable for when the content will be released. The details about when to expect the downloadable pack were vague. "As usual, there's no date for this, the material will be out 'when they're done..."
Prey was released in July and is rated M for Mature. For more information on the game, read GameSpot's review.