(Photo: Capcom, Resident Evil: Revelat)
The upcoming Resident Evil: Revelations' Jill Valentine, a BSAA member and survivor of the Raccoon City incident, ready for action. (http://www.capcom.co.jp/bhrev/en/game_cha1.html)
Gamers who want a DLC Pass for Capcom's Resident Evil: Revelations can get one after the game's release on May 21, according to Steam's product page. And it includes four DLC packs, which will include multiplayer Raid modes.
According to GameSpot, the pass will give you access to four expansions. But there has been no word of confirmation for Capcom to date.
Resident Evil: Revelations will be released this year for the Xbox 360, PS3, PC, and Wii U, more than a year after its exclusive release in the Nintendo 3DS. This time, players can expect high-def graphics and additional features, modes, characters, and difficulty options.
Anarchy Reigns delivers DLC
Three months after its release in North America, Platinum Games has finally announced its first DLC, which is already available for the PlayStation Store and Xbox Live.
Take note that this DLC is a limited edition pre-order exclusive, and PS Store buyers will get access to extra content, reports DLCentral.
Get the Bayonetta Pack from both PS Store and Xbox Live for just $3.25 or 240 MS Points. For PS Store buyers, you can get the Exclusive Modes Pack, which features the Mad Survival Mode and Dog Fight Mode, for just $2.
Anarchy Reigns is still in the PS Store, and you can get it for $31.
Kerbal Space program no longer has post-content expansions
When it debuted, Squad's Kerbal Space Program seemed like one of the most fun sandbox games as it makes you think, invent, and basically let your imagination run.
The developers have added a clause in its official webpage that states that one no longer has to pay for other updates of the game.
Here's where trouble begins, as lead designer of the game Felipe Falanghe was said to comment that the expansions would be delayed and won't be free anymore.
"We said free updates, and free updates you will get. What you don't get is free expansions/DLC," said Falanghe to EuroGamer. "There isn't a company out there that does this differently."
Following his comment was a barrage of friction and retaliation from players and fans of the game, considering the delay of post-expansion that has then been said to not be free anymore.
After much thought, Squad has finally revealed that there may not be any post-content release expansions. Whether this pertains to updates aimed at fixing potential bugs in the game, or expansion packs for the game remains unclear.
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