As mentioned in the headline Section 8: Prejudice is available now for PCs everywhere through leading digital distributors such as Steam, Games for Windows Marketplace, Direct2Drive, and Impulse. Included in the PC version are a few extra features for gamers such as special features for those using the GamePanel LCD found on the Logitech Gaming Keyboards and it also supports NVIDIA‘s 3D Vision.
Due to the successful launch of the Xbox Live Arcade version TimeGate Studios have given gamers the opportunity to unlock some free content in the form of a new mode called "Assault" where it is team VS team in a race to capture all the control points.
TimeGate CEO Adel Chaveleh had this to share about the game and its response
“We’ve been absolutely blown away by the response to Section 8: Prejudice, and we’re very thankful to everyone who picked up the game,” said Adel Chaveleh, CEO of TimeGate Studios. “But we’re not done yet! When we announced Prejudice, we said we were committed to long-term support of the game, and this is just the beginning. Assault is a really fun, fast-paced game mode, and we can’t wait to give players free DLC. Given the success of the XBLA launch, we thought this would be a great chance to get the community involved and give everyone a chance to unlock Assault early!”
To unlock Assault mode the Section 8 community has to reach 10 million kills on the kill counter found Here
and when it reaches that point the new content will be availabe to Xbox 360 and PC users.
At the time of writing the counter was making its way to 7 million and with PC gamers able to join in it might not be too far to the 10 million mark.
Stay tuned for the review of the PC version of Section 8: Prejudice