We have a bit of good news now for those of you that are waiting for Ubisoft’s Michael Jackson: The Experience music video game to finally arrive for the PlayStation 3, as it’s just been announced that the PS3 version is to receive DLC as from day one.
According to Matthew Reynolds over on the digitalspy.co.uk website, international product manager Guillaume Cada recently revealed that several songs will be available to download from the in-game store upon launch, including one of Michael’s iconic tracks.
However, he couldn’t be more specific as to how many tracks will be available on launch, as he said they are still unsure. Cada went on to say that if the first batch of DLC is successful from the start, then Ubisoft does have plans for even more downloadable content.
Downloadble content for the Xbox 360 version has not yet been confirmed. The Michael Jackson: The Experience game – which was already released for the Nintendo Wii, DS and PlayStation Portable last year – will be released for the PS3 and Xbox 360 this April.
Guillaume Cada also explained the reason behind the PlayStation 3 version of the game’s launch being delayed from November 2010 to April this year, which he stated was to allow the studio to use feedback from reviews of the Nintendo Wii version to improve on the PS3 version.
You can read more about the improvements made to the PS3 version via the digitalspy.co.uk link here. Are you looking forward to the game being released on the PlayStation 3?
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