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  • Summary: The Resurgence Multiplayer Expansion brings a grudge to the fight! It provides two new maps to reconquer: Firebase Condors moon base and Firebase Hydras hydroelectric dam. It also enables reinforcement packs that offer six new classes from species that have lost lives or whole planets to the Reapers: the Batarian Sentinel, Batarian Soldier, Geth Hunter, Geth Engineer, Krogan Battlemaster, and Asari Justicar. The packs new weapons are the Geth Plasma SMG, Striker Assault Rifle, and Kishock Harpoon Gun. Also, four new equipment items enhance weapon stability, melee damage, headshot damage, and shield regeneration. Expand
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  1. May 13, 2012
    Contrary to other reviews complaint about the encouragement of using real world money OR playing for hours on end, I find options to be a good thing. There is a ton of content for multi player, especially considering it is free. There are new weapons, characters (with new abilities) and maps. Im happy to download this and not have it immediately available, but rather it gives me something to continue working towards, which extends the life of the game overall. Also, did I mention it is free? How could anyone possibly be unhappy with this? It is awesome dlc. Expand
  2. Oct 11, 2012
    This is an excellent multiplayer pack. It's a free addition of potential playable characters plus new weapons and equipment. Best part? It's free. The only reason this isn't a perfect score, is because it adds nothing to the core game. Expand
  3. Apr 11, 2012
    It is a really good DlC pack.What's more it is free.The dlc consists of six new multiplayer characters including Geth infiltrator(my new personal favourite),Asari justicar,krogan battlemaster and a lot more.It has two new maps called Firebase:Condor and firebase:hydra.Both maps are completly fresh maps are build from the bottom up and bear no resemblance to the campaign missions.It also has some new weapons.So go download it before bioware changes it's mind and charges for this awesome map pack. Expand
  4. May 13, 2012
    Free new maps, characters and weapons for the excellent multiplayer in Mass Effect 3. Would any dare to complain? The new maps have a more open feel to them with Firebase Hydra being particularly good introducing an ocean background with bird calls and an awesome spinning orb in its bottom base area. Expand
  5. Apr 11, 2012
    This multiplayer only DLC pack is awesome, it comes with six new characters, three new weapons, and two new maps, the new maps are great, Firebase Hydra being my favorite, and Firebase Condor is cool because it's at night unlike all the others, and to make things better it's free (for now), my only complaint is that instead of giving you the characters and weapons as soon as you download it like they did the maps you have to buy the Spectre packs, so you either have to grind for credits or pay Microsoft points to buy the packs from the in game store, but the fact that this DLC is free easily makes up for this, and if your still playing multiplayer this easily extends the life of it. Expand
  6. May 13, 2012
    "an all new FREE DLC.... NOT." that is the basic premise of the Resurgence pack. While the download is, indeed, free, all of the content except for two maps is not. If you wish to experience the full content without playing for hours on end, you need to by in-game credits with real-life money, something that is a bit short these days. While the new races add a new element to the game, the constant desire to go ahead and spend the money to buy the weapons and races is why this pack isn't free. while you could dismiss this as a mere "self-control issue", I find it absolutely idiotic that after spending about $60 on a "full" game, the developer releases DLC that either forces or greatly encourages you to spend money. A disappointing insight to the new frontiers of marketing in games... Expand