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Provides the model that Capcom often follows Resident Evil game in terms of support after launch, in fact it seems like nothing they planned Bad Land it’s quite a surprise for a lot of players, especially considering the strength of the company that sponsored the game. Yes, at E3, Capcom announced that due to demand from fans, development has begun on DLC for the live horror title.

Obviously the new content was in the early stages of development at the time, so it’s fair to say we haven’t heard anything about it (other than the fact that it’s being done) on that time, or since. It seems, however, that despite the full details on Capcom’s post-launch plans for Bad Land it’s still dark, some things in the future may be free.

In Capcom’s last financial year report for 2021, director and executive director of Capcom’s Development Divisions Yoichi Egawa apparently mentioned that the free DLC is working for Bad Land. While discussing Capcom’s plans for continued growth, Egawa wrote, “We will drive our sales management to understand the games and user interests while also building a business model for action online, and take into account the status of our free add -on DLC for titles such as. Rise from Monster Hunter ma Resident Evil Village. ”

Of the Sau’ai Hunter the feature isn’t unique, of course, since the game has still been available for free commentary since its launch (and will also receive a payout increase next year), but the Bad Land bit and nice. Last (and only) Capcom talked about DLC for Bad Land in any case at the time it was broadcast at E3.

Of course, we don’t know anything about the DLC or how extensive it will be, which, of course, means we don’t know if it will be free or not. Maybe Capcom will add free content in addition to working on new paid content as well?

Either way, it is hoped to see some clarity soon in what follows Bad Land. The game recently surpassed 5 million units shipped worldwide, it is clear that there is a lot of demand for it.


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