Payday 2 mask and weapon pack available, new Heist dated

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A new Payday 2 mask and weapon pack is now available as developer Overkill outlines its upcoming DLC schedule.

Later this year, the popular co-op shooter will add a new playable Heist mission – titled Lost in Transit – which arrives on October 19, 2022.


Between now and then, Payday 2 will also get additional weapons and music tracks which can be purchased in packs or via the Lost in Transit bundle which is now on sale via Steam.

Here’s an overview of what’s included in each upcoming DLC pack, including new Payday 2 mask and weapon varieties.

This bundle contains 4 DLCs, the first of which, the High Octane Tailor Pack, is now available alongside the bundle. The other three DLC’s, Tijuana Music Pack, the McShay Weapon Pack 2 and the Lost in Transit Heist, will be released on August 31st, September 21st and on October 19th respectively.

High Octane Tailor Pack – July 15, 2022

2 outfits with 4 variations each

Road Rage

  • Reckless
  • Screw Loose
  • Arsonist
  • Royal Pain

Hell on Wheels

  • Route 66
  • Bad to the Bone
  • Black Magic
  • Fast Lane

6 masks

  • Way of the Texan
  • Funny Guy
  • Speed Freak
  • Chrome Dome
  • Daredevil
  • The Reaper

2 gloves

  • Chrome and Crossbones
  • Red Handed

Tijuana Music Pack –  August 31, 2022

14 songs from the Silk Road campaign!

McShay Weapon Pack 2 – September 21, 2022

The Following is included in McShay Weapon Pack 2:

  • Revolver with 4 mods (available as Akimbo)
  • Shotgun with 5 mods (available as Akimbo)
  • Prototype special weapon with 3 mods

Lost in Transit Heist – October 19, 2022

  • The Lost in Transit Heist

When is Payday 3 coming out?

Payday 3 will be coming to PC and consoles in 2023, it has been announced. Payday creators Starbreeze confirmed that the sequel is back on track following a landmark €50m publishing deal with Koch Media.

The announcement came tagged with our first look at Payday 3 – a new piece of concept art.

Much like Payday 2, the sequel will embody its games as a service approach to dishing out regular new content. Having originally launched in 2013, Payday 2 continues to enjoy a thriving fanbase with dozens of DLC packs having been released featuring new levels, characters, weapons, and cosmetics.

Source: Press Release

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