Download inFamous: Second Son Cole’s Legacy DLC For Free – We Show You Where!

Sucker Punch Productions has confirmed that the DLC for inFamous Second Son Cole’s Legacy is now available to all players for free.



The inFamous series has been one of Sucker Punch Studios’ flagship titles since the first game was released for PlayStation 3 in 2009. When it was released for PlayStation 4, inFamous: Second Son was designed to lure new players to Sony’s latest generation.

Released in 2014, just a few months before the PS4’s launch, the game introduced Delsin Rowe, but with seven years between games, gamers didn’t know what happened before the events of the new game. To fill that void, Cole’s Legacy DLC was designed to fill the void. At launch, it was reserved as a pre-order bonus for the collector’s edition, and a few months later, it was available for purchase in certain territories.

Eight years after its release, Sucker Punch announced via social media that the Cole’s Legacy DLC will now be free to almost all players.

Those who own Infamous: Second Son or collected the game as part of the PlayStation Plus Collection will be able to claim the additional content via the PlayStation Store. For those living in an area where they need to make a financial transaction, there will be a small fee, but Sucker Punch has assured players that this will be nominal.

The DLC pack will include missions related to events that took place in the hiatus between inFamous 2 and Second Son. Fan favourite Zeke Dunbar, who was conspicuously absent from the main game, will make a cameo appearance, and some of Cole’s treasured possessions will be unlocked in the main game once the story is complete.


Download the inFamous: Second Son Cole’s Legacy DLC here!


Sucker Punch has gone as far as to say that Sly Cooper and inFamous will not be returning for the time being. Still, these announcements will undoubtedly be welcome news for those who missed out on the DLCs the first time around and need an excuse to revisit the franchise. It’s also good news for players who discovered the game through the PlayStation Plus Collection.

Source: Twitter

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