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WWE 13 DLC purchase program detailed


THQ has today announced details surrounding the company's downloadable content plans and Fan Axxess Program for WWE 13. 

The content offering, currently slated to include an extensive variety of playable WWE Superstars, Divas, "Attitude Era" luminaries and more, will be available on PlayStation Network and via Xbox LIVE.

"With a great variety of roster additions, along with fan-favorite offerings for customization and unlockable access, WWE '13 delivers a comprehensive selection of downloadable content for the franchise," said Sean Ratcliffe, Vice President, Global Brand Management, THQ. "In addition, the Fan Axxess Program delivers a great value proposition for those looking to have the ultimate WWE videogame experience."



The WWE '13 downloadable content program is currently scheduled to include the following items:

Content Group #1 - "Attitude Era" Superstars Pack

- "Attitude Era" Superstars Rikishi, Scotty 2 Hotty, Grand Master Sexay, Gangrel and Val Venis
- Accelerator - enables players to unlock all in-game items, as well as customize individual WWE Superstar attributes

Each WWE Superstar will be available for a suggested purchase cost of 80 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360 or 0.59 GBP via PlayStation Network.

The Accelerator will be available for a suggested purchase cost of 160 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360 or 1.59 GBP via PlayStation Network.

All content is currently scheduled for release on November 2, 2012 in UK.

Content Group # 2 - WWE Superstars Pack

- WWE Superstars Tensai, Ryback, Drew McIntyre and Yoshi Tatsu
- WWE Divas AJ Lee and Natalya
- Undertaker "Ministry of Darkness" alternate attire
- Championship Title Pack - 10 new championships from WWE, WCW, ECW and AWA.

The Undertaker "Ministry of Darkness" alternate attire will be available free of charge

Each WWE Superstar and Diva will be available for a suggested purchase cost of 80 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360 or 0.59 GBP via PlayStation Network.

The Championship Title Pack will be available for a suggested purchase cost of 160 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360 or 1.59 GBP via PlayStation Network.

All content is currently scheduled for release in December 2012

Content Group #3 - You're Welcome in Five Languages Pack

- WWE Superstars Damien Sandow, Antonio Cesaro, Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso
- WWE Diva Layla
"Attitude Era" Legends Brian Pillman and Chainsaw Charlie
- Moves Pack - 20 new moves, including the Lionsault (made popular by Chris Jericho) and the Kimura    Lock (made popular by Brock Lesnar)

WWE Diva Layla will be available free of charge

Each WWE Superstar will be available for a suggested purchase cost of 80 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360 or 0.59 GBP via PlayStation Network.

The Moves Pack will be available for a suggested purchase cost of 160 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360 or 1.59 GBP via PlayStation Network.

All content is currently scheduled for release in January 2013

THQ also announced today the ability to pre-purchase downloadable content at a reduced price point through the WWE '13 Fan Axxess Program. For a one-time purchase cost of 1600 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360 or 11.99 GBP via PlayStation Network. This promises a saving of more than 10 percent versus individual content purchases and consumers will receive the following items:

Fan Axxess Program Exclusive 

- Legendary WWE Superstars Diamond Dallas Page and Goldust
- All Content Groups: "Attitude Era" Superstars Pack, WWE Superstars Pack and You're Welcome in Five Languages Pack
- Online Badge



Edited On 04 Oct, 2012

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TIM 4 years ago
Any word on how much it will be in Euros?
Shnoorum's avatar
Shnoorum 4 years ago
Wait, you can preorder the DLC at a reduced cost? Thats very odd. Wonder if that will catch on. Anyway, looks like they're adding a good ammount of content in this one. Not a huge fan of the series myself but I dont mind a match or 2 with my brother. I miss the old smackdown games where you could travel around outside mid fight. That was good fun
Dead's avatar
It's the same sort of thing as a season pass really, that's just pre-ordering DLC at a reduced cost.
Dead 4 years ago
Shnoorum's avatar
Ah yes you're quite right. Sorry for that derp there.
Shnoorum 4 years ago
Bindiana's avatar
Slowly getting very tired of DLC like this seems that a lot of companys just take stuff out so they can sell later. I am not to sure on the season pass either only time I purchased one was for Gears 3 because I loved the gears series but I dont think I have even downloaded the last 2 DLCs because I stopped playing it so did waste some of my money.
Bindiana 4 years ago
Shnoorum's avatar
I downloaded all the GOW3 DLC but yet to complete them all. Played them all to some extemt though. Good series but its getting tired now
Shnoorum 4 years ago
Dead's avatar
Dead 4 years ago
This is the kind of DLC that should really be on the game disk, not charged extra for.
hallben's avatar
hallben 4 years ago
DLC. Ah DLC. Time to move on with the thoughts of this kind of extra ever being included. Dev costs are high in a generation thats lasted too long and software sales that are declining. DLC is a necessary evil, and lets not forget, if you dont want it, dont buy it.
Blitz1423's avatar
Blitz1423 4 years ago
this is pretty stupid really paying for dlc that should be on disc
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Konakona 4 years ago
This series hasn't changed in over 5 years. Not impressed. Even if I bought one I would never pay for the DLC, The money would be much better spent on other games or other DLC.

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