|Gage Ninja Pack|
The Ninja Pack Title card.
|Downloadable Content Info|
|Release Date(s)||July 16, 2015|
|Type||Weapon Content Pack|
|Available At||Steam Store|
These masks, materials, and patterns are achievement rewards. They can't drop during a PAYDAY and cannot be sold. Instead, they can be returned to your mask stash for free, but any non-achievement or Infamy reward pattern, color, or material as well as the customization fee to put these together will be lost.
- The Slicer mask is a reference to the character Shredder from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise. Additionally, parts of its description also references the character Sub-Zero, specifically the younger one (Kuai Liang) from the Mortal Kombat series.
- The Shirai is a reference to Scorpion, also from Mortal Kombat, with the mask name being a nod to his ninja clan, the Shirai Ryu, and part of the mask description also being one of the character's famous quotes ("Get over here!").
| Names Are for Friends, so I Don't Need One|
Get eleven kills with the Lebensauger .308 Sniper Rifle without reloading it. Unlocks the "Slicer" mask, "Still Waters" material and "Youkai" pattern.
| Swiss Cheese|
Kill 100 enemies in a single heist with the Kross Vertex Submachine Gun. Unlocks the "Kage" mask, "Sakura" material and "Oni" pattern.
| Shuriken Shenanigans|
Complete a single heist in stealth using only the Shuriken throwable and killing at least 4 enemies. Unlocks the "Kuro Zukin" mask, "Bamboo" material and "Koi" pattern.
| Fugu Fighter|
Have at least 3 enemies poisoned at the same time with your poisoned weapons. Unlocks the "Shirai" mask, "Origami" material and "Hanabi" pattern.
The following appeared on July 10, 2015. They were replaced on July 16, 2015.
| My Life|
| How much more|
| of it remains?|
| The night is brief|
- The trailer for the DLC explains Gage's recent absence from the PAYDAY universe as him being on a holiday in Japan, where he learned a few things about the art of the shinobi to bring back to the United States.
- Despite the name, much of the revealed firearms of this DLC has nothing to do with actual ninjas, only the selection of melee weapons and the new throwable item seems to adhere to the stereotype.
- The end of the DLC's trailer teased the release of the heister Jiro.
- This DLC introduced the first ever semi-automatic sniper rifle to the series, with the weapon in question being the Lebensauger .308, based on the Walther WA 2000.
- The DLC also introduced the first throwable that could be retrieved after being thrown, the Shuriken.
- This DLC has many references to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise, and internally is even called "turtles".