No plans for Dead Space Wii DLC

By Mike, Monday, 25 May 2009 15:36 GMT


Dead Space: Extraction executive producer, Steve Papoutsis, told VG247 that the team will not be taking advantage of the Wii SDHC storage solution meaning, that no downloadbale content is planned for the game.

“I don’t think we have any plans for that right now,” said Papoutsis. “It’s interesting but no.”

Papoutsis has also told us that Extraction won’t be “watered down” and is “confident” of success for the title in spite of the relative failure of other core Wii products.

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