- Features about one third of the number of missions as the full game (roughly 30)
- You'll need to stick your GTA4 disk in your 360, and once in-game, you'll be able to launch the expansion.
- The story is set at roughly the same time as Niko's story, and there are several crossover points.
- Unlike Niko, Johnny Klebitz has lived in Liberty City his whole life, so he already has experience of the place. Rockstar say this means a number of missions are a lot quicker paced than Niko's may have been.
- Rockstar reckon that players will care as much about certain members of The Lost as they do about Niko and Roman for example.
- When riding behind your convoy, a Lost emblem will appear on the road. If you stay inside it, Johnny will chat to his pals. This can also give you a health boost or even repair your bike if you do it properly.
- Pressing down on the d-pad will bring up details on all of the other bikers in your convoy. They have stats, and if you help keep them alive, their stats will go up and they will perform better in battle.
- The story starts with Johnny's brother, Billy, arriving back from rehab. During the time Billy's been away, Johnny has called a truce with their rival gang the Angels of Death and Billy isn't happy with this.
- There are several new buildings to enter.
- There are new mini-games in the save house, including arm wrestling, a hi-lo card game, and new tv material to watch.
- You can also have weapons delivered to your save house by an associate.
- Johnny's bike is one of a kind. However someone can deliver a 'similar' one if you trash it. It's designed to be heavier and slower than some of the other bikes, but more maneuverable and if you fall off it, you won't take too much damage.
- New weapons include a sawn off shotgun, pipe bombs, a grenade launcher and an automatic 9mm which Rockstar says 'shreds people'.
- One of the missions is for Elizabeta where you will replay the mission "Blow Your Cover", alongside Niko, but from Johnny's perspective this time. Niko and Playboy X took off to the roof, but Johnny decides to stay and fight the cops head on.
- Rockstar have introduced mid-mission checkpoints so that if you die, you can continue from half way rather than needing to do the whole mission again.
- The menu has changed slightly, with a red, rubber stamped effect. Health is now white and armour is blue on the in-game HUD. Johnny's phone looks a bit more grungey than Niko's did.
- There's plenty of new music and a new DJ on Liberty City Hardcore, especially metal.
- It's out on February 17th, priced at 1600 Microsoft points (roughly $18 USD, £10 GBP).
- Johnny is 34 years old, but runs slower than Niko and hunches over slightly. He has different animations to Niko and hails a cab in a different way.
- Johnny's bike is a Hexer.
- If you order in a bike from Clay (one of the Lost members who delivers your goods), it will have improved handling like your default bike, but it won't be the same bike. You can also fire your shotgun from it.
- Unlike Niko, who fought mostly alone, Johnny fights with his gang and they help out, especially in battles with the cops.
- The DLC won't add any "jetpack" like content from San Andreas. It's the same game as GTA4, so if you're bored of that, then it's nothing incredibly new (apart from the story of course).
- The Lost owe money to Ray Boccino.
- The DLC does not effect anything at all in the original GTA4 story.
- There will 'probably' be new Lost And Damned themed multiplayer modes.
- Rockstar say that because Johnny's character was much more detailed than other characters in the main story for GTA4, it was pretty obvious he may be involved in the DLC. Is this a hint at who the next one may be based on?