Post by Dan @ 10:01am 09/10/12 | 8 Comments
After overwhelmingly negative reactions to shipping previous games, such as Street Fighter X Tekken, with locked content on the disc to sell later under the guise of downloadable content, Capcom had indicated they would be stopping the practice with future products.
However, console modders, browsing the DVD file system of the recently released Resident Evil 6 (AusGamers 6.8/10), have reportedly uncovered an extra difficulty level, and additional character costumes and taunts, as well as references to planned map packs, and multiplayer game modes (via: Eurogamer):
YouTube user FluffyQuack released a number of videos showing unreleased DLC for the game, obtained by modding.The videos referred to can currently be found here :No Hope Difficulty, here: Costumes, and here: Taunts.
What do we all think? Legitimate deployment of post-launch content, or a less noble attempt to further monetise content that should have been included in the initial purchase price?
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