Tuesday, 27 March 2012 11:02
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Capcom has released a DLC trailer for Asura's Wrath, revealing the full slate of content that's headed to the game between now and the May.
Those of you who aren't up to date on your Japanese might find the specifics a little hard to follow, but the broad strokes should be apparent to everyone: more ridiculously over-the-top action, more episodic storytelling, and, because everyone else is doing it, a Street Fighter crossover.
The first piece of DLC is out today in North America and tomorrow in the UK. The new content fills in the gaps between two of the game's episodes. Appropriately enough, it's titled Episode 11.5, and it'll set you back 160 Microsoft Points or $1.99 on the PSN.
On April 3, Episode 15.5 hits, promising to flesh out the story even more with a new segment featuring a wildly different anime-themed art style. Pricing's the same as above.
Then, on April 24, the game will be getting a much meatier expansion containing four new episodes that pick up where the game's ending left off. The bundle will cost you 560 MSP or $6.99.
Finally, Asura's Wrath will be closing things out with a pair of Street Fighter themed DLC packs. The first, out on May 9, sees Asura battling Ryu, while the second, arriving on May 16, brings Akuma into the fray. Both will cost the standard 160 MSP/ $1.99.
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