If you want to buy some Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 DLC for a good cause, Activision has released a PlayStation 4 theme and Blackout cosmetic that will benefit the Call of Duty Endowment, a non-profit organization that places veterans into jobs.

King of Fighters veterans Mai Shiranui and Kula Diamond are now available as DLC fighters for Dead or Alive 6. The pair fit perfectly into the game, though so far I prefer the quick strikes of the blue-haired Ice Doll to Mai’s fiery fan attacks. Both are free for season pass owners, $7.99 apiece to everybody else. 

Virtual reality rhythm sensation Beat Saber hits the big time with a 10-pack of Imagine Dragons tunes. Tracks will be available for $1.99 apiece, or $12.99 for the whole shebang. Songs include “Radioactive” and nine I don’t recognize. You’re welcome!

Three more characters join Shang Tsung as part of Mortal Kombat 11's first Kombat Pack. The sorcerer will be joined by the animality-inducing Nightwolf, Sindel of the prehensile hair and guest character Spawn. There are two more guests to be revealed ... is that a chainsaw I hear at the end of the video?

Fire Piranha Plant will be the latest character added to Mario Tennis Aces. Players can earn it by competing in tournaments throughout June before the character becomes available to everyone starting in July. That month, Mario Tennis will also see Dry Bowser added to the lineup.

Metro Exodus is getting two pieces of story-driven DLC in the coming months. Neither focus on series hero Artyom, but instead shift perspective to other familiar faces from the Metro universe. This summer’s The Two Colonels DLC follows Colonel Miller in a “new linear chapter,” while Sam’s Story, coming early 2020, is

Bandai Namco announced that Negan from The Walking Dead will be available in Tekken 7 on February 28. He will cost $7.99. Julia Chang will also be available on the same day and will cost $5.99. You can see both characters in action in a newly released trailer. 

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