Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse DLC adds new challenge, costumes, characters for $5

Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse received its first package of downloadable content today, Peter Griffin's Man Boob Mega Sweat Pack, which brings extra characters and costumes, along with a new scenario, into the third-person shooter.

The bundle, which was released in Europe and the U.K. Dec. 20, includes four pieces of content. The Space Station Challenge pits Stewie and Chris against alien chickens and is playable solo or cooperatively. The Evil Pack provides players with the Evil Stewie costume and his machete for all game modes, as well as Evil Mayor West and his petrified cat for multiplayer and challenge modes.

Stewie and Brian costumes usable in all game modes come in the Humiliation Pack. And the Opening Number Pack offers the Griffin family in their showtune-singing golden outfits from the TV show's opening theme; they work in the Multiplayer and Challenge modes, although Brian's and Stewie's costumes can be also used in the Story mode. On PlayStation 3, the pack also includes a free XMB theme.

The Man Boob Mega Sweat Pack is available today, Jan. 8, on Xbox Live Marketplace for 400 Microsoft Points and on PlayStation Network for $4.99. Activision will release the DLC on Windows PC Jan. 14.

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