Battlestar Galactica Deadlock's Sin and Sacrifice DLC is out now

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Battlestar Galactica Deadlock, the fleet tactics strategy game that tells the story of the first Cylon war, is wrapping up its first season with the Sin and Sacrifice DLC. This season-ender campaign includes a brand new set of 11 campaign missions, a new radio chatter system that adds drama to each battle, and the new Lachesis enemy to square off against. You can grab Sin and Sacrifice on Steam for 10% off at $13.49. The DLC is also available on Xbox One, and will be dropping on PS4 relatively soon. You can get a recap of the first season in the story trailer below.

Sin and Sacrifice, the new DLC for Battlestar Galactica Deadlock, is now out!

The fourth DLC marks the end of the Deadlock "Season One":
Rear Admiral Lucinda Cain faces a new, deadly threat 


Never in the history of the Twelve Colonies have so many sacrificed so much. Even as Colonial Fleet holds the Cylons at bay, the toll of the war continues to climb. But something has changed. Rumours of an awakening, whispers of a name: Lachesis

Battlestar Galactica Deadlock is back with a new expansion! In Sin and Sacrifice, the epic story of Deadlock continues and brings with it an exciting conclusion to the Season One storyline. A brand-new campaign with 11 story missions set after the original Deadlock campaign and Operation Anabasis. Loyalties will be questioned. Resolves will be tested. And for Lucinda Cain, Rear Admiral of Colonial Fleet, not all threats come from outside. Sin and Sacrifice writes new pages in the lore of the Battlestar Galactica universe and tells the story of one of the most critical junctures of the First Cylon war. 

New missions, new ships, a new enemy, but also the Colonial Fleet radio chatter voice pack: a new radio chatter system featuring over 1,100 unique recordings injects more drama and tension into the combats of Battlestar Galactica Deadlock, bringing your knife-edge encounters to life. Radio chatter is present both in combat and during your cinematic replays, making your Battlestar Galactica fleet experience even more immersive.