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The game also features new additions, some in regard to Johnny's connection to the Lost MC, and some minor changes.

It was first released for the Xbox 360 on 17 February 2009 It is the third expansion pack game in the Grand Theft Auto series (the first since Grand Theft Auto: London 1961, released in 1999), and the twelfth release overall.

The protagonist of The Lost and Damned is Johnny Klebitz, Vice President of the Alderney chapter of The Lost MC, a motorcycle club which, along with himself, featured in a number of missions throughout the course of Grand Theft Auto IV.

Checkpoints are only available by retrying the mission after it has been previously failed — going to the mission start point begins the mission from scratch.

Alongside the Checkpoint system, The Lost and Damned features the inclusion of new weapons and vehicles, including Johnny's custom-made motorcycle (Johnny himself is more proficient with any bike than with any other vehicle), the ability to call on aid from members of the Lost MC, a new but small collection of random characters, additional side activities, and unique side jobs including Gang Wars and Bike Races.

Two of the new side jobs featured in The Lost and Damned - Gang Wars and Bike Races - require Johnny to be on a bike to trigger them.

In Gang Wars, Johnny battles against rival gangs in a few variations - taking them out at a hangout, or while cruising the streets, or destroying a vehicle they are escorting - earning money from each war completed and unlocking a weapon at the Lost clubhouse (and a safehouse acquired later in the story) with every 10 subsequent Wars completed.

A combined standalone disc-based package titled Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, which does not require the original Grand Theft Auto IV game to be played, was released and contains both The Lost and Damned and Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony.

While The Lost and Damned features similar gameplay to that of Grand Theft Auto IV, and takes place in the same setting of Liberty City, the game only features around a third of the number of missions from that game, as was stated in an interview between IGN and the president of Rockstar North, which thus places the amount of time to complete it at approximately 10–15 hours, depending on how focused the player is on the storyline.

Shortly after hearing news that the Lost MC's Enforcer, Jason Michaels, was killed in Broker, Billy prompts an attack on an Angels' clubhouse.

Despite assisting in the attack, Johnny is uncertain about his claim that the Angels killed Jason, which is further strengthened when he watches Billy and the club's secretary, Brian Jeremy, remove a stash of heroin after the attack.

In addition, the game has a few changes to that of Grand Theft Auto IV, in that Johnny can access the whole of Liberty City from the start of a new game, but cannot change his clothing or enter clothing stores.