Two DLC Packs Available for Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon

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D3Publisher is offering two downloadable content weapons packs for Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon, available today.   Each weapons pack features 15 exclusive, brutal weapons, which players can use to help destroy the enemy arachnids. edf ia gets 2 dlc

The Pounds of Pain! The EDF Battle Armor Weapons Pack features a total of 15 exclusive brutal weapons designed to send those bugs 6 feet under!  The pack will equip EDF’s customizable Battle Armor with eight new weapons including the C9 Turnburl x Shotgun and Brux Fab Chowbrow Grenade Launcher that promises to obliterate insects upon impact.  In addition, the Trooper and Tactical Armors receive exclusive upgrades of their own including the RLF -17 Floorboard Rocket Launcher and the VanSnaster SpreadBurst Assault Rifle.

The Death From Above! The EDF Jet Armor Weapons Pack includes 15 of the EDF’s most powerful weaons in one supply drop.  The Weapons Kit will equip EDF’s flying Jet Armor set with eight exclusive weapons including the Plantain Ind. Torchee Sniper Rifle and Brewbreaux 08b-m Missile Launcher.  In addition, Trooper and Tactical Armors also receive an exclusive set of upgrades including the El Gigante Rocket Launcher and the Wallagis 1776 L Missile Launcher.

Each is available for a price of 240 Microsoft Points ($3) through the Xbox LIVE and for $2.99 through PlayStation Network.

In Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon, thousands of insects and aliens descend upon earth yet again, and only the Earth Defense Force can stop the carnage.  Players can create a squad of up to three in co-op play using any four upgradeable armor types and destroy these monsters at all costs, even if it means destroying everything within sight. 

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