The PC version of Japanese role-playing game Final Fantasy 13-2 includes most - but not all - the downloadable content released for the console version.

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The PC version, due out on Steam on 11th December priced £12.99, misses out on some DLC because of licensing and contractual restrictions, Square Enix said.

It does, however, get all the major DLC bundled together, including Lightning: Requiem of the Goddess scenario.

All the DLC is bundled in for free.

Here's the list of what you get:

Coliseum Battles

  • Omega (from Final Fantasy V)
  • Gilgamesh (from Final Fantasy V)
  • Ultros & Typhon (from Final Fantasy VI)
  • PuPu (from Final Fantasy VIII)
  • Lightning & Lieutenant Amodar (from Final Fantasy XIII)
  • PSICOM officer Jihl Nabaat (from Final Fantasy XIII)

Outfits for Serah

  • Summoner's Garb
  • Beachwear
  • White Mage

Outfits for Noel

  • Battle Attire
  • Spacetime Guardian
  • Black Mage

Outfits for Mog

  • A Wondrous Wardrobe

Scenarios/Story DLC

  • Sazh: Heads or Tails?
  • Lightning: Requiem of the Goddess
  • Snow: Perpetual Battlefield

Meanwhile, Square Enix confirmed FF13-2 on PC supports 60 frames-per second visuals from launch as well as customisable resolution. There's also Japanese voice support with subtitles. This is an improvement over the PC version of Final Fantasy 13, which disappointed many upon launch for its lack of graphics options.

Speaking of the PC version of FF13, Square Enix announced it will get an update in December to allow similar customisable resolution options to FF13-2. While a nice gesture, superstar video game modder Durante did Square Enix's work for them just after the game launched back in October.

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