Date: March 6th, 2012 Author: Ethan
News Category: Final Fantasy XIII-2
Tags: catastrophe blade, coliseum, DLC, Download, Final Fantasy XIII-2, genji bow, marketplace, Muramasa, Omega, PSN, seraphic wing, weapons
Earlier, it was confirmed that the retailer specific DLC weapons and the Omega Coliseum battle would become available on the PSN Store and Xbox Live Marketplace, at least in Japan and other eastern territories.
We’re happy to announce that these DLCs are now available everywhere.
Noel’s Catastrophe Blade and Muramasa, plus Serah’s Seraphic Wing and Genji Blade are all available for purchase. As previously stated the Omega Coliseum Battle is also now available. The battle rings in at $3.99 and the weapons are $1 each. I’m sure you can expect to pay the comparable amount of Microsoft Points if purchasing on an Xbox 360.
The next announced and planned DLC is the recently officially revealed Jihl Nabaat Coliseum Battle on March 13th. Be sure to check back here for anymore announced DLC for Final Fantasy XIII-2
The promised Final Fantasy XIII-2 demo has been released on the US Playstation Store and Xbox Live Marketplace for Gold Members. The demo is the final build of the Atlas demo which has been playable at various gameshows around the world. It includes full monster taming mechanics and even gives you access to the Crystarium system.
The full game will be available in the US in exactly three weeks, leaving us in Europe a few days extra to anxiously wait. If you’ve got a US PSN account or an Xbox Live Gold account, you can grab the 1.7GB demo right now.
Get your controllers charged and ready, people! Siliconera has just confirmed that Final Fantasy XIII-2, along with a multitude of other titles, will have a playable demo before the game’s launch.
As of this moment, no details concerning the content of the demo have been released, but we’ll be sure to keep you posted, as always!
Thanks to forum member Meowster for finding the information.