Disney discouraging used Tron sales

Adopting Project Ten Dollar-like stance.

Bundling download codes for extra content in pristine boxed copies of games is trendy - even Disney's doing it.

Tron: Evolution will gift extra multiplayer maps and skins to anyone who buys the game legitimately, new, from a shop. It's meant to discourage second-hand sales.

The extra maps - Codestream Nexus and User's Plaza - will take the game's multiplayer total to six.

Tron: Evolution, a movie tie-in, is due out on Friday. Turok remaker Propaganda Games is behind the project.

The film it accompanies, Tron: Legacy, will arrive in cinemas on 17th December.

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