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More Final Fantasy XIII-2 DLC Screens, Art
Lightning, Moogle costumes, and more outfits!
05.01.12 - 1:18 PM

The next round of DLC for Final Fantasy XIII-2 is said to be due sometime this month, but Square Enix hasn't put an official date or price on any of it quite yet. Regardless, we have some screens and art of the next batch of content: Lightning's scenario, Requiem of a Goddess, which was announced months ago, is one of the DLC. Players get to see a part of her battle with Caius not seen before, and once the content is completed, you can add Lightning in all her armoured glory to your party, with her ability 'Scene Drive Reformed.'

Also due is a pack of 16 Moogle costumes, a White Mage outfit for Serah, and a Black Mage outfit for Noel.

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You can find more screens and art for all these in the gallery below. The previously-announced DLC episode for Snow is due on May 15th, with the above content coming sometime after.


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