PS4/PS Vita Exclusive Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 Will Get Many DLC Bikinis, Surprising No One Ever

on March 18, 2016 8:17 AM

Koei Tecmo announced today via press release the DLC plans for Dead or Alive Xtreme 3. First of all, we learn that the developer plans to continuously release many new DLC bikini.

They will be added for a limited time for the owner’s shop, even if it wasn’t specified if they will require an additional purchase. That said, considering the precedents with the Dead or Alive series, I doubt anyone is surprised here. According to the press release, the launch of new swimsuits will be announced timely on the official site and on Twitter.

Speaking of payments, you will be able to purchase “premium tickets” from the PSN, that will work as a replacement for the Zack Money that you can earn in game, allowing you to purchase any Bikini you want while skipping the in-game grind.

Pricing for the tickets hasn’t been announced, but the Owner Store within the game (which you can see in a screenshot in the gallery below) will include both the price in Zack Money and in premium tickets.

To sweeten the deal, those who will purchase the first print version or the downloadable version of the game will receive, on top of the bonus costumes, five premium tickets as a “trial set.” From the screenshot, that seems to be enough to purchase one of the cheapest bikinis, that appear to cost four tickets.

On top of that, we also learn that a “photo novel” featuring Marie Rose will be released on March 31st, and will be accessible in your browser, on iOS and on Android via this link. You can see the cover in the gallery.

Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 will release in Japan and Asia on MArch 24, for PS4 and PS Vita.

 /  Executive News Editor
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