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Free Brink DLC Lands August 3rd, Free for Two Weeks

Posted on Friday, July 29 @ 12:42:14 PST by

Sure, Brink may not have had the strongest launch in gaming. The whole PSN thing... day-one patches. OK sure, but hey look! FREE DLC!

The "Agents of Change" may have slipped a bit from it's original July launch window, but you can't beat free. The pack will launch on August 3rd and remain free for two weeks. After that, it'll cost you $10, regardless of your console choice.

I mean... are you even planning on grabbing Brink eventually? Because if you are, I'd say you should probably go ahead and download the pack. Check out the new battlegrounds below:

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