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Friday, 02 July 2010 08:16

DLC for Ultimate Alliance 2 returns

Written by David Stellmack
activision

Reporting for duty
You can once again get the Ultimate Alliance 2 downloadable content that was pulled from the Xbox Live Marketplace and the PlayStation Network stores. Originally, the content was available only for a limited time, but apparently Activision has had a change of heart and will once again make this downloadable content available, but again only for a limited time according to our sources.

The downloadable content includes Magneto, Black Panther, Carnage, Psylocke and Cable. The pack will cost 800 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360 users or $9.99 for PlayStation 3 users. In addition, Activision will also be offering Juggernaut, which was previously only available as a pre-order bonus to those that pre-ordered the title. Juggernaut will go for 160 Microsoft Points or $1.99.

From what our sources tell us, this time around the downloadable content for Ultimate Alliance 2 will be available until December 31st of this year, so you do still have some time to pick it up. It is doubtful, however, from what we are being told that it will be offered again.

From the whispers that we hear the decision to offer the content again is in response to the outcries of many players who missed getting it the first time around and who were very vocal in complaining about it. Activision has apparently heard your complaints and has decided to cash in by offering it again. Just don’t wait too long to pick it up this time around, as we think the next time it is gone, it will be gone for good.

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