Grand Theft Auto IV DLC arrives Feb. 17

Prepared to tackle the city again?

Prepared to tackle the city again?

The oft delayed Xbox 360 exclusive Grand Theft Auto IV DLC has finally been dated, and will arrive February 17, 2009.

Called "The Lost and the Damned," the new content will feature Johnny Klebitz, a member of the Liberty City gang The Lost.

"Johnny is a very different character than Niko, with a very different background," said Dan Houser, vice president of creative development for Rockstar Games, in an interview with USA Today. "I can't go into too much detail on the story, because we try not to give away too much plot before the game is released. But I can say that the story will show you a different side of Liberty City."

No price was given for the DLC, but GamePro's own Dave Rudden said an ideal price point would be $US15 or less. Analyst Michael Pachter predicted a price point of $20.

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