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LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens receives 'The Phantom Limb' DLC

10 Aug 2016

A new DLC pack has been released for  LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It includes a new mission where C-3P0 gets his red arm.  C-3PO sported a new arm in the movie and the game will explain how he got it. This DLC is free for both PS4 and PS3 gamers and it is available now.  The following content is included: "The Phantom Limb (Level), C-3PO (Taul), 2MED2, CO-34, GNK-189, MSE-Y, O-MR1 (Taul), PZ-99 (Taul), VL-44 (Taul), CR90 Corvette (Full-size Vehicle) and CR90 Corvette (Microfighter Vehicle)." There will be more content released for the game in the near future. More levels and characters are promised to be out for owners of the game.   

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