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Liz Maas
More Final Fantasy XIII-2 DLC Announced
Screens and details of the costume DLC and Sazh's episode.
02.16.12 - 1:39 PM

As Square Enix had promised, the recently-released Final Fantasy XIII-2 is already getting lots of downloadable content. The next round of DLC, with both costume and story content, is set to release on February 28th worldwide.

Available will be an episode titled 'Sazh: Heads or Tails?' where players will control Sazh in a storyline that runs parallel to the game's main story. The content has him ending up in Serendipity where he's trying out new card games. Upon finishing the DLC, you'll get to add Sazh to your party if you wish, and two new card games will unlock in Serendipity: Chronobind and Serendipity Poker. Sazh: Heads or Tails will be available for $4.99 or 400 Microsoft Points.

Serah and Noel will get new costume options. Serah's is a Beachwear outfit that might be reminiscent of Rikku from Final Fantasy X-2 - or maybe that's just me. Noel's outfit is called Spacetime Guardian. They will also be available on the 28th, for 240 MicroSoft Points or $2.99.

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You can find more screens of all the DLC below in our gallery.


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