Payday 2’s new Scarface DLC wants to channel your inner Tony Montana
Scarface is one of those movies that you either love or haven’t seen yet. The flick left a powerful mark on western pop culture and although it was released a long time ago, it’s still making waves. A testament of this is the new Payday 2 DLC which sports a Scarface theme. If you are looking to return to the Miami mansion where Tony Montana held his last stand in the movie, you now have the perfect opportunity.
Because teleporting to the Scarface universe and having Scarface related content out of the blue would be a bit unsatisfying, there’s a backstory for the DLC. In the Payday 2 Scarface pack, the mansion which served as HQ for Montana and his crew is forcefully taken over by Sosa’s gang. This sparks the plot as now you are required to move in and see that justice is dealt. The objective of these new missions will revolve killing all of Sosa’s men and collecting the valuables found while doing so.
Not only will you get to play on Tony Montana’s playground, but you will get the opportunity to become the legend himself. Iconic elements from the movie have been added to the expansion, including the shower chainsaw and automatic rifle used in the end scene.
The DLC will be broken into two packs, one for heists and one for characters. The entire content pack will cost around $12, with individual packs costing $7 and $5 respectively. There is also a brand new trailer that teases the new expansion pack and further hypes up the already eager player base that can’t wait to get into Tony Montana’s shoes.
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