The first Asura's Wrath DLC drops this week

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The first Asura’s Wrath DLC arrives today in North America for PlayStation Network, with Xbox LIVE to follow March 28th. Additionally, further DLC updates are scheduled in the coming weeks.

Available beginning today, Episode 11.5 is the first downloadable episode and provides players with an insight into what happens between two episodes from the full game. A week later on April 3, Episode 15.5 will arrive. Both offer a completely new artistic style taking their inspiration from the world of anime and will each be available to purchase for 160 MS points and $1.99 on PSN.

On April 24, a bundle of four brand new action and rage packed episodes will be available that continues the story of Asura’s Wrath and reveals an extra twist. The episodes bundle will be downloadable for 560 MS Points and $6.99 on PSN.

Arriving in May, the last of the Asura’s Wrath DLC promises Asura’s ultimate battles. Players will be able to take on Street Fighter favorites Ryu and Akuma. Asura will take on Ryu in a battle of the angriest on May 9 before competing against the strongest, Akuma, on May 16. Each of these DLC packs will cost 160 MS points and $1.99 on PSN.

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