What Does DLC Mean in a Text?

Gaming Slang for Newbies

If you're new to gaming, then there is more to learn than just a game's moves and strategy. Gamers should also be familiar with gaming slang, which has around 200 terms in common usage, many of which are difficult for new players to guess. But, you should persevere. Understanding gaming jargon improves collaboration by helping gamers to convey complex strategies, emotions, and actions quickly. Here is the term you care about:

DLC means "Downloadable Content (Gaming Term)".

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DLC is additional content that is released by a game's developer, which can be purchased online and downloaded to a gamer's PC or console. DLC can include new levels, characters, weapons, outfits, storylines and campaigns. Many gamers consider DLC to be a welcome enhancement to a game, whilst many others feel that it is just a way for developers to make more money from players.

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When I write DLC, I mean this:

meaning of DLC

"Downloadable Content"

Summary of Key Points

"Downloadable Content" is the most common definition for DLC in gaming related communications on apps such as Discord, TeamSpeak and Telegram.
Definition:Downloadable Content
Guessability:guessability level 4
4: Difficult to guess
Typical Users:typical user


Examples of DLC in Sentences

Here's an example of DLC in conversation: <
  • Stu: I'm loving this game!
  • Bill: Check out the latest DLC. There's a great new storyline.

Example of DLC Used in a Text

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